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Antique Chinese Stone Buddha Statue
Quan Yin

On Triple Lotus
Qing Dynasty, circa: early 19th century
h.27in.(69cm.) X w.11in.(28cm.) X d.8in.(20cm.)
Condition: Neck break restored

This elegant Quan Yin is seated in full lotus posture on a triple lotus throne. She wears a shawl and a pleated dhoti which falls in folds over the upturned petals. Strands of pearls and jewels adorn her body; in her hands she holds a lotus bud. Her head is sculpted with sensitivity; the face smooth and full, the sensual lips carved into a serene smile. Her hair and crown are masterfully handled, the hair parted in the back and swept forward into falling tendrils, with part of it lifted up into a coiled bun surmounted by a feathered crown. Underlying its austerity is a delicate equipoise which imbues the work with contained energy. The accomplished rendering of the head and upper body are in contrast to the more broadly done middle section and arms, suggesting the input of two artists, or perhaps further restoration.

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