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Japanese Lacquered Wood Buddha Statue
Kannon
Holding Fish Basket
Origin: Edo Period, Circa: 19th century
H 24 in.(61cm), W 11 in.(28cm), D 7 in.(18cm)
Condition: minor loss / small age crack

A graceful wood carving exemplifying the artistic sophistication and elegance of the early Japanese wood carving. Kannon (Quan Yin) is envisioned as a beautiful court lady, with flowing robes and cleanly modeled features, her face conveying her compassion and gentle nature as the wish fulfilling deity. The figure seems to sway in rhythmic movement as she holds forth a basket from which may spring the object of a devotee’s fondest desire. Excellently carved with fine details in the features, the hair, the basket and the gathered ornamented robes, thinned at the edges and appearing to float.

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