STATUE DE GUANYIN EN BRONZE
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STATUE DE GUANYIN EN BRONZE

CHINE, DYNASTIE MING, CIRCA XVIEME SIECLE

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STATUE DE GUANYIN EN BRONZE
CHINE, DYNASTIE MING, CIRCA XVIEME SIECLE
Guanyin is seated in vajrasana on a separate cast lotus base with the right hand holding a willow twig while the left supports an alms-bowl. His face displays a serene expression with downcast eyes below arched eyebrows. The hair is combed in a chignon with some tresses falling over the shoulders, secured with a tiara and decorated with some knotted ribbons; losses.
19 ½ in. (49.5 cm.) high
Provenance
With Warren E. Cox and Associates, New York, USA, 10 August 1967.
Collection of Mr Reuben Krich, USA.

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Post lot text
A BRONZE SEATED GUANYIN
CHINA, MING DYNASTY, CIRCA 16TH CENTURY

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