London, South Kensington
29 March 2007
A Tibetan bronze Buddha, 17th/18th Century
seated in dhyanasana with his hands resting in bhumisparsha mudra, wearing a robe draped over his left shoulder, with a serene expression, seated on a double lotus base with traces of gilt decoration -- 11¼in. (28.6cm.) high.
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