A DEHUA FIGURE OF BODHIDHARMA
A DEHUA FIGURE OF BODHIDHARMA
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A DEHUA FIGURE OF BODHIDHARMA

18TH CENTURY

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A DEHUA FIGURE OF BODHIDHARMA
18TH CENTURY
The Buddhist monk is shown seated with his full robes pulled around his body, leaving one foot exposed, and forming a cowl over his head. His face is detailed with short curly beard, mustache and brows. The potter's mark, Zhang Shoushan, is impressed on the back.
8 ¼ in. (21 cm.) high, box

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Lot Essay

Dehua figures with the mark of Zhang Shoushan are relatively unusual; only a few have come to the market in recent years. They include a standing figure of Damo in the collection of Evelyn Anneberg Hall , sold at Christie’s New York, 29 March 2006, lot 150, and a figure of a standing Guanyin that was sold at Sotheby’s Hong Kong, 8 October 2010, lot 2676.

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