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Native Name:
Eastbourne
Object Number:
29-64-110
Current Location:
Collections storage
Culture:
Indian
Provenience:
India
Date Made:
10th Century -12th Century
Early Date:
900
Late Date:
1199
Section:
Asian
Materials:
Sandstone
Iconography:
Vishnu
Description:
Creamy sandstong. Top of plaque broken off. Plaque pierced -- cut in from the back around the figure. Slender standing Vishnu with high crown bejewelled like that of Head 29-64-94. Stands on lotus-pedestal decorated. Carving careful, in great detail. 6 subsidiary figures.
Height:
19.1cm
Width:
11.4cm
Thickness:
6.3cm
Credit Line:
Alexander Scott Expedition to India (1915-1918)

Current & Past Exhibitions:

Southeast Asian Gallery (1987 - 1992)
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Southeast Asian Gallery ( Sep 1992 - Jul 1997)
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