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K0387 KHMER BODHISATTVA AVALOKITESHVARA
Angkor Period, 10th Century
KHMER BODHISATTVA AVALOKITESHVARA
Angkor Period,
Style of Khleang, 10th Century
Sandstone
Height 197 cm, Width 65 cm,
Price: PRICE ON REQUEST

Description: This impressive four-armed image represents Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, can be identified by Amitabha Buddha on his head. Stylistically, the image is transitional between the Khleang and Koh Ker styles.
The Bodhisattva wears a pleated Sampot with a sash terminating in triple-fishtail panel in front in the Khleang style. The hair is twisted and arranged in horizontal rows to form a Jatamukuta marked with with concentric circles of hair on top which is Koh Ker style.



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