Description In the course of the 13th century, images of the standing Buddha, both hands performing the same gesture, were not generally a part of the repertory of the Lopburi sculptors working in stone. At Angkor, it was different: such Buddhas were made in the round.
- Unearthly Elegance: Buddhist Art from the Griswold Collection. The Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore. 1995.
Provenance Alexander B. Griswold, Monkton, 1948 or before, [presented to the Breezewood Foundation, December 1964, inv. no. 732]; Walters Art Museum, 1992, by bequest.
Credit Bequest of A. B. Griswold, 1992
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