19th Century Antique Khmer Wood Devotee Disciple of Buddha Statue - 33cm/13"
Measurements - H33cm/13"
Ca. 19th century Khmer Devotee or Disciple in adoration pose. The monk or disciple has a peaceful countenance with downcast introspective eyes and a firm brow. The figure is remarkable for its realistic yet delicate delineation of the limbs and the simple robe which seems to cling to the body. The garment (sanghati) covers both shoulders. Both hands are raised in the adoration mudra.
The naturalistic face is handsome with a slight smile and straight nose. His firm eyebrows are arched framing serene, meditative eyes providing for a peaceful countenance.
The sculpture has wonderful detail and patina. A serene and meditative piece.
Provenance: Ex- private UK Collection. All items are guaranteed to be as described. A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all purchases upon request.
This traditional in appearance piece is sure to bring serenity to your home, office or sacred space.
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