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Sandstone Elephant

South East Asian Sandstone Fragment
Elephant
Champa Style
Circa: 17th century or earlier
h. 13 in.(33cm.) X w. 8 in.(20cm.) X d. 4 in.(10cm.)
Condition: losses as shown

Though difficult to interpret, the figure of an elephant turning sharply upward to its left is discernable in this very early sandstone carving in Champa style. The Champa kingdom which was situated lower Vietnam invaded Angkor in the 12th century, after which architectural friezes took on a more monumental style. This sandstone fragment dates from that time to the early 1700ís, after which stone sculpture in Cambodia was no longer produced. The style is that of the Champa temple carvings; most likely this fragment was part of a frieze of legendary and religious motifs.

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