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Statuette

Native NameBoddha Sindu-daw
Object Number:51-9-26
Current Location: Collections Storage
Culture:Buddhist
Burmese
Provenience: Burma
Period: Konbaung Dynasty
Date Made: 19th Century
Early Date: 1752
Late Date: 1855
Section:Asian
Materials:Marble (uncertain) (Stone)
Alabaster (uncertain)
Technique:Carved
Painted
Lacquered
Iconography:Seated Buddha
Bhumisparsa Mudra
Credit Line:Gift of Mrs. W. H. Kneedler, 1951
Other Number:L-1-65 - Old Loan Number

Description

Small polychrome marble statue of a seated Buddha in bhumisparsa mudra on throne. Head broken off but with statue. Robe in red lacquer. Hair in black lacquer. Ushnisha and hairband in gold. Eyebrows and eyes are painted in black. Ear, neck lines, mouth and eye crease in red.

Current & Past Exhibitions:

What in the World (04 Feb 1981 - 23 Feb 1981) View Objects in Exhibition

Bibliography:

[Book] 15 Feb 1981. What in the World.. Actual CitationView Objects related to this Actual Citation

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