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Tibetan Bronze Sculpture of a Seated Deity - FZ.220
Origin: The Subcontinent
Circa: 17 th Century AD to 18 th Century AD
Dimensions: 4.625" (11.7cm) high x 2.75" (7.0cm) wide
Collection: Asian
Medium: Bronze

Location: United States
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Richly adorned, wearing a diadem and other symbols of divine rank, this Tibetan god sits in majesty. He holds a necklace in his hands as if offering it to an unseen consort. A masterpiece of detail, full of spiritual sensitivity, this sculpture reflects the long tradition of Himalayan bronze work. As an object of devotion, it inspires an inner peace; as a work of art, it delights the senses with its fluid form and regal presence. At once exotic and familiar, it seems to form a bond between the temporal world and the realm of the spirit. - (FZ.220)


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