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Tibetan Bronze Figure of Tara, 15th/16th Century
Syama Tara with the third eye, seated in lalitasana on a double lotus base, wearing the diadem and jewels of a Bodhisattva, the hands in the the Boon-Giving Mudra and holding a pot of nectar, inscribed in Tibetan Uchen script on the base reads Homage to the holy Tara Ushnisha Vijaya.
7 1/2 in
19.1 cm
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Doyle

Note: The portrait like face, particularly the eyes, are seen in a thangka from Central Tibet dated …

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Note: The portrait like face, particularly the eyes, are seen in a thangka from Central Tibet dated 13th century, published, No. 39, Sacred Visions: Early Paintings From Central Tibet, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998.

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Himilayan Art Resources, item no. 7872, 'Tara #4 from the Twenty-One Taras of the Atisha tradition'
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About the work
D
Doyle

Note: The portrait like face, particularly the eyes, are seen in a thangka from Central Tibet dated …

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Note: The portrait like face, particularly the eyes, are seen in a thangka from Central Tibet dated 13th century, published, No. 39, Sacred Visions: Early Paintings From Central Tibet, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998.

Publisher
Himilayan Art Resources, item no. 7872, 'Tara #4 from the Twenty-One Taras of the Atisha tradition'
Tibetan Bronze Figure of Tara, 15th/16th Century
Syama Tara with the third eye, seated in lalitasana on a double lotus base, wearing the diadem and jewels of a Bodhisattva, the hands in the the Boon-Giving Mudra and holding a pot of nectar, inscribed in Tibetan Uchen script on the base reads Homage to the holy Tara Ushnisha Vijaya.
7 1/2 in
19.1 cm
Bidding closed