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Ming Dynasty Wooden Polychromed Guanyin, 1368-1644

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40 × 24 in
101.6 × 61 cm
Unique
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West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, London, Seoul, Hong Kong
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Barakat Gallery
West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, +3 more
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Buddhism was introduced to China from India in the early years of the first millennium. This statue …

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Buddhism was introduced to China from India in the early years of the first millennium. This statue represents the bodhisattva of mercy, known as Avalokiteshvara (or Guanyin in Chinese). Bodhisattvas were originally depicted as the Buddha’s attendants but increasingly came to be venerated in their own right. Usually …

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Buddhism was introduced to China from India in the early years of the first millennium. This statue …

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Buddhism was introduced to China from India in the early years of the first millennium. This statue represents the bodhisattva of mercy, known as Avalokiteshvara (or Guanyin in Chinese). Bodhisattvas were originally depicted as the Buddha’s attendants but increasingly came to be venerated in their own right. Usually …

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Unknown Chinese

Ming Dynasty Wooden Polychromed Guanyin, 1368-1644

Wood
40 × 24 in
101.6 × 61 cm
Unique
Contact For Price
location
West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, London, Seoul, Hong Kong
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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