A Chinese Carved Wood Figure of a Standing Bodhisattva, Mid Ming Dynasty (circa 15th century) A Chinese Carved Wood Figure of a Standing Bodhisattva, Mid Ming Dynasty (circa 15th century)

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(G20) The figure gracefully portrayed, with the round face on a slight incline, an urna indented in the centre of the...

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(G20) The figure gracefully portrayed, with the round face on a slight incline, an urna indented in the centre of the forehead, the harmonised features framed by rippled tresses of hair, the hair twisted into a high chignon, the slender figure off-centre with a slightly swayed hip, the recessed navel articulated, with the brahmanic cord slung diagonally across the torso and tied at the waist, the dhoti falling in an elegant double-skirt down to the ankles, standing on a lotus base.

Provenance: In a private Hong Kong collection prior to November 2007.

Height 151 cm

(G20) The figure gracefully portrayed, with the round face on a slight incline, an urna indented in the centre of the forehead, the harmonised features framed by rippled tresses of hair, the hair twisted into a high chignon, the slender figure off-centre with a slightly swayed hip, the recessed navel articulated, with the brahmanic cord slung diagonally across the torso and tied at the waist, the dhoti falling in an elegant double-skirt down to the ankles, standing on a lotus base.

Provenance: In a private Hong Kong collection prior to November 2007.

Height 151 cm

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