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Ming Style Gilt Bronze Buddha Statue
Kuan Yin
Turning Dharma Wheel
Chinese, Circa: 19th-early 20th Century
H 17 in.(43cm), W 5 in.(12.5cm), D 5 in.(12.5cm)
Condition: very good

Sculpture of the Ming Dynasty returned to classical style, as seen in this upright and formalist KuanYin, solid and symmetrical, dressed in court robes and ornamented with jewels and embroidered garments, her hands held in the dharmachakra mudra; Turning the Wheel of the Law. Much of the gilding has remained and illuminates the figure with a golden cloak.

Chinese style flowered during the Ming Dynasty after the first Ming emperor, Chu YŁan-chang, gained control of a spreading rebellion and overthrew the Mongol Yuan dynasty, thus unifying all of China proper and creating a period of stability and prosperity with notable achievements in the arts.

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