A standing Buddha in subtle tribhanga pose;
sandstone; 7th century; Angkor Borei, Pre-Angkor period; Cambodia.
15.5 inches (39.4 cm) high.
An extremely rare and fine sandstone iconic manifestation
of Vishnu as Female Deity, probably that of his consort, Laksmi;
holding the four sacred attributes; sandstone; Angkor period,
Style of Kulen; 9th century; Khmer. Provenance: estate
of Karl Springer (1929-1992) ; 15.5 inches (39.4 cm) high.
A rare and fine standing female deity, probably that of Uma, Siva’s consort; losses to both feet and arms in varying degrees; sandstone; Baphuon style; 11th century; Khmer. Provenance: estate of Karl Springer (1929-1992); 25 inches (63.5 cm) high.
A rare gilt bronze representation of Bodhisattva Lokesvara, Lord of the world, standing with his four arms spreading out to the four cardinal directions; holding a lotus and a nectar flask (now partially missing) in his lower right and left hands with a rosary (now partially missing) and a book in his upper right and left, respectively; the Buddha Amitabha enshrined in his crown of hair with a third eye on his forehead; wearing tiara, earrings, and anklets with decorated and pleated sampot; cast on a square base; most gilding intact with malachite patina; bronze; Angkor period; style of Bayon; 12th century; Khmer. 6.38 inches (16.2 cm) high.
A rare terra-cotta votive tablet; the Buddha seated in virasana, on a high-waisted throne with his hands in samadhi, under the bodhi tree; well-proportioned body and defined face with downcast eyes; bejewelled with collar garland, armlets, bracelets and anklets; clad in a sampot with raised hem at the waist; Angkor Period; style of Baphuon; 11th century; Khmer. 5 inches (12.7 cm) high.
A head of a male deity of finely carved youthful features with crisp facial details; sandstone; Baphuon period ;10th/11th century; Khmer.
Provenance: Collection of Dr. Scott Schubach, Los Angeles. 9 inches (22.9 cm) high.
A rare representation of Uma, Siva's consort, standing
on a square plinth with extended shaft underside with two arms and hands
in iconic mudra(s); in a rare complete condition with minor restorations
to arms and ankles; 27.5 inches (69.9 cm) high; sandstone; 10th century,
Khleang style; Khmer.
A rare Khmer sandstone frieze with reversed sunken relief design of an apsara in elaborate costume dancing while balancing on one foot with dainty and graceful posture; framed by foliate and floral archway; Ankgor Wat style; 12th century; 17.5 inches (44.4 cm) wide; 21.5 inches (54.6 cm) high; approximately 150 pounds.
Last updated 06/25/2003 ZhouYi