Khmer Bronze Triad Figural Group
Bayon style, 11th/12th century
Raised on a stepped base with a central Buddha seated in dhyanamudra with the hands held in his lap, before the seven-headed canopy of the serpent king, Muchalinda, wearing a short loincloth and adorned with elaborate jewelry, his face with serene expression and downcast eyes beneath hair pulled back into a topknot, flanked by the four-armed standing Avalokitesvara to his right and by a standing figure of Prajnaparamita on the left. Height 11 3/4 inches.
C Property from a Private Minneapolis Collection
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