A copper alloy figure of Buddha
Cambodia, Baphuon style, 11th century
Standing on a rectangular black pedestal in samabhanga, the Buddha wears a robed draped over the left shoulder and leaving the right bare that extends down to the ankles and with a faintly defined hemline and fish-tail pleat in the center, his right hand in vitarka mudra and the right in varada mudra, his face with well-defined now worn feature of a smiling mouth and flat brow line beneath thick hair arranged in curled bumps extending over the domed ushnisa.
7 ¾ in. (19.7 cm) high
Southeast Asian, Indian and Himalayan Art
Auction terms and conditions