STATUE D’AMITAYUS EN DRONZE DORE
STATUE D’AMITAYUS EN DRONZE DORE

CHINE, DYNASTIE QING, MARQUE INCISEE A NEUF CARACTERES ET DATEE DE L’ANNEE GENGYIN DE L’EPOQUE QIANLONG, CORRESPONDANT A 1770

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STATUE D’AMITAYUS EN DRONZE DORE
CHINE, DYNASTIE QING, MARQUE INCISEE A NEUF CARACTERES ET DATEE DE L’ANNEE GENGYIN DE L’EPOQUE QIANLONG, CORRESPONDANT A 1770
Amiyayus is seated in vajrasana on a throne with both hands resting on his lap in dhyanamudra. His face displays a serene expression with downcast eyes. His blue coloured hair is combed in a chignon secured with a tiara. A double flaming mandorla is set behind. The front of the base is incised with a Qianlong nine-character mark with the cyclical year of gengyin, corresponding to 1770.
8 ¼ in. (21 cm.) high
Provenance
Previously in a private French collection.
Post lot text
A GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF AMITAYUS
CHINA, QING DYNASTY, QIANLONG NINE-CHARACTER INCISED MARK, CYCLICALLY DATED TO THE GENGYIN YEAR CORRESPONDING TO 1770 AND OF THE PERIOD

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