Antique Khmer Style Bronze Bayon Style Vishnu Statue - 54cm/22"
Measures (Height) 54cm/22"
Antique Khmer style Bayon style Vishnu statue.
Standing in samapada and clad in a short sampot with fishtail pleat and jewelled sash, the face with wide features surmounted by a cylindrical headdress. Here Vishnu, as the protector and preserver, is holding a variety of building tools, in his eight arms.
His softly contoured face with indigenous characteristic has a serene downcast expression, with heavy-lidded eyes, arched eyebrows carved in relief meet in the middle above a well-shaped broad nose, and wide lips with an insipid smile are framed by a second incised line.
The head is covered in tightly braided woven hair, enhanced by a cylindrical-shaped 'Chignon' style topknot, secured by a ribbon, in the Bayon style. This traditional in appearance piece is sure to add a unique touch to any room of your home or workplace.
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A deity of contradictions, Shiva the Destroyer, has a tumultuous history which is reflective of his many responsibilities and characterisations. His importance over the universe, but also his personality, make him a popular choice in Hindu art.