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Antique Chinese Bronze Buddha
Samantabhadra
Pu Hsien on Six Tusks Elephant

Orgin: China. Circa: early 20th century
H 11 in.(28cm), W 9.5 in.(24cm.), D 5.5 in.(14cm.)

Condition: minor corrosion, o.a. very good!

Private Collection

An early 20th century Chinese bronze Samantabhadra, All Gracious Bodhisattva of Great Conduct. Here he is specifically known in China as Pu Hsien, and portrayed as a fusion of the goddess Samantabhadri and Kuan Yin. This highly polished bronze is majestically rendered, with Ming Dynasty Zhengde (1491-1521) seal marks embossed on the back and base plate. Samantabhadra is sitting firmly on the six-tusks elephant, with eyes down cast in contemplation, he wears a pronounced diadem of the Buddha Amitabha, right hand poised in the teaching mudra, and in her left she holds a sumptuous lotus. The countenance of Samantabhadra conveys peace and immovable stillness, and fully immersed in transcendence.

  
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