STATUE DE BOUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI EN BRONZE DORE
STATUE DE BOUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI EN BRONZE DORE

TIBET, FIN DU XVEME SIECLE

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STATUE DE BOUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI EN BRONZE DORE
TIBET, FIN DU XVEME SIECLE
Buddha Shakyamuni is seated in vajrasana on a lotus base with his right hand in bhumisparshamudra while the left is resting on his lap. He is dressed monks robes with a small section draped over his right shoulder in the shape of a swallow’s tail. His face displays a serene expression with downcast eyes below arched eyebrows and urna. His curled hair and ushnisha are topped with a lotus-bud; sealed.
8 ¾ in. (22.2 cm.) high
Provenance
Property from the Collection of the late Molly Van Loon (1921-2000).
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A GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF BUDDHA
TIBET, LATE 15TH CENTURY

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