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PROPERTY FROM A HONG KONG PRIVATE COLLECTION

A RARE GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF AMOGHAPASHA
NEPAL, 14TH – 15TH CENTURY
Estimation
90 000120 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT
561

PROPERTY FROM A HONG KONG PRIVATE COLLECTION

A RARE GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF AMOGHAPASHA
NEPAL, 14TH – 15TH CENTURY
Estimation
90 000120 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Chinese Art

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Hong Kong

A RARE GILT-BRONZE FIGURE OF AMOGHAPASHA
NEPAL, 14TH – 15TH CENTURY
the hair neatly drawn up in an intricate jatamakuta topped with a foliate finial, standing with eight arms holding various attributes, adorned with elaborate beaded jewellery

Himalayan Art Resources item no. 13509.
15.3 cm, 6 in.
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Description

This figure depicts Amoghapasha, Lord of the Unerring Noose, one of the popular interpretations in the Kathmandu Valley of the Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara. Compare a copper figure of Amoghapasha sold in our New York rooms, 17th March 2015, lot 1048; and a larger example with stone inlays, attributed to the early Malla period, included in the exhibition Buddha-2000 Years of Buddhist Art. 232 Masterpieces, Völklinger Hütte, Völklingen, 2016, pl. 135.

Chinese Art

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Hong Kong