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Large Wood Buddha Statue
Shakyamuni
No Fear and Charity

Chinese, Qing, Circa: 19th Century century

h.49 in.(125cm) X w.12 in.(30cm) X d.10 in.(25cm)

Condition: crack lines, paint loss, o.a. good

A large antique wood Shakyamuni, carved in multiple sections to minimize cracks. The Historic Buddha is standing in blessing gestures, with his right hand in abhaya mudra, the gesture of protection banishing fear; the left hand in varada mudra, the gesture of generosity and granting wishes, standing on a double lotus base in simple robes with inner garment fastened high, a style exemplifying the archaism of the later dynasties. Layers of paint have been removed, leaving varied traces of color over the bare wood, which is dappled with the accretions of time and richly grained. Buddha’s face is pensive, full and serene in the bliss of his perfect enlightenment.


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