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GROßER SITZENDER BUDDHA. Thailand. Um 1800. Bronze mit Lack und Vergoldung, Augen mit Perlmutt eingelegt. Das Gewand des in paryankâsana sitzenden Buddhas ist mit prächtigen Mustern …

GROßER SITZENDER BUDDHA. Thailand. Um 1800. Bronze mit Lack und Vergoldung, Augen mit Perlmutt eingelegt. Das Gewand des in paryankâsana sitzenden Buddhas ist mit prächtigen Mustern …

“Lost Kingdoms,” on view through July 27, 2014, is the first international loan exhibition to explore the sculptural art produced in the earliest kingdoms of Southeast Asia. | Buddha (detail). Provenance unknown, central Thailand, first half of the 7th century. Sandstone; H. 67 3/8 in. National Museum, Bangkok. #LostKingdoms

“Lost Kingdoms,” on view through July 27, 2014, is the first international loan exhibition to explore the sculptural art produced in the earliest kingdoms of Southeast Asia. | Buddha (detail). Provenance unknown, central Thailand, first half of the 7th century. Sandstone; H. 67 3/8 in. National Museum, Bangkok. #LostKingdoms

A standing bronze Buddha    China or Korea, c. 12th cent. Bronze, dark patina with rests of gilding. Standing, wearing a cape and holding his right hand in shunya mudra. H. 23,5 cm (without wooden stand).

A standing bronze Buddha China or Korea, c. 12th cent. Bronze, dark patina with rests of gilding. Standing, wearing a cape and holding his right hand in shunya mudra. H. 23,5 cm (without wooden stand).

Buddha Thailand; Mon style (c. 6th - 8th century), late 7th - 8th century This Buddha exhibits many characteristics originally developed in India, including a bump atop the head signifying his expanded wisdom and downcast eyes symbolizing his understanding and mastery of meditation. However, the frontality of this image, its squarish face, broad lips and nose, and prominent joined eyebrows characterize sculptures created in Thailand by the Mon.:

Buddha Thailand; Mon style (c. 6th - 8th century), late 7th - 8th century This Buddha exhibits many characteristics originally developed in India, including a bump atop the head signifying his expanded wisdom and downcast eyes symbolizing his understanding and mastery of meditation. However, the frontality of this image, its squarish face, broad lips and nose, and prominent joined eyebrows characterize sculptures created in Thailand by the Mon.:

FIGURE OF AMITAYUS,  China, Kangxi, ca. 1700.  Fire-gilt bronze and red lacquer.  H 42 cm.

FIGURE OF AMITAYUS, China, Kangxi, ca. 1700. Fire-gilt bronze and red lacquer. H 42 cm.

Head of Buddha Thailand, Lan Na Kingdom 14th century Bronze, cast in the lost wax method Height 45 cm

Head of Buddha Thailand, Lan Na Kingdom 14th century Bronze, cast in the lost wax method Height 45 cm

Crowned and bejeweled Buddha image and throne - 1850-1900 - Burma - laquered and gilt wood and metal with mirror inlay | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Crowned and bejeweled Buddha image and throne - 1850-1900 - Burma - laquered and gilt wood and metal with mirror inlay | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Buddha Maravijaya assis en vajrasana sur un socle lotiforme à base hexagonale vêtu d'une simple robe monastique utarasanga lui couvrant l'épaule gauche un pan court rabattu en hauteur, la main gauche en offrande dhyanamudra et la droite en prise de la terre à témoin bumishparshamudra. Son visage exprimant la sérénité par de lourdes paupières les yeux mi-clos préconisant le regard à l'intérieur de soi. La coiffure organisée en fines bouclettes spiralées est surmontée de la protubérance…

Buddha Maravijaya assis en vajrasana sur un socle lotiforme à base hexagonale vêtu d'une simple robe monastique utarasanga lui couvrant l'épaule gauche un pan court rabattu en hauteur, la main gauche en offrande dhyanamudra et la droite en prise de la terre à témoin bumishparshamudra. Son visage exprimant la sérénité par de lourdes paupières les yeux mi-clos préconisant le regard à l'intérieur de soi. La coiffure organisée en fines bouclettes spiralées est surmontée de la protubérance…

A bronze figure of Buddha Thailand, Mon Dvaravati Style, 9th century 16 ¾ in. (42.5 cm.) high

A bronze figure of Buddha Thailand, Mon Dvaravati Style, 9th century 16 ¾ in. (42.5 cm.) high

A copper alloy head of crowned Buddha Thailand, Ayutthaya period, late Sukhothai style, 17th century

A copper alloy head of crowned Buddha Thailand, Ayutthaya period, late Sukhothai style, 17th century

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