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Stone Maitreya

Antique Chinese Stone Buddha Stele
Maitreya

Seated with Lohan and Goddesses
Early Republics, circa: early 20th century
H. 17.5 in.(45cm), W. 7.5 in.(19cm), D. 7 in.(18cm)
Condition: excellent!

Maitreya, also known as future Buddha. The stele was carved in Early 19th to 20th Century China. He is seated with two feet firmly on the ground, an indication that he is a Bodhisattva, who will reign over the last of three epochs. He is flanked on the sides by two Lohan, while above his head goddesses gather. The multi-colored granite is carved in deep relief, and is finely etched; its radiance emerging lightly through the lotus flower halo, creating an air of divinity within the rustic stone. The carver bringing attention to particular features of the figure through a skilled use of depth and shadow. The prominent head and feet are powerfully represented, well suited for the divine minded Buddha of worldly status.


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