Bronze Statue of Vishnu with Bhudevi and Shridevi, India, possibly late Pala period (c. 11th to 12th century),the four-armed Vishnu standing upright on a double-lotus throne, holding his four attributes including a mallet, conch, and Sudarshana chakra, flanked by his two consorts standing in mirrored poses, all three on a double-tiered quadruped rectangular platform with two kneeling figures with hands together in prayer, ht. 4 3/8, wd. 3 1/8 in.
trace of gold to some area, trace of broken finial to vishnu headdress, trace of cast breakage to platform back, allover patina, metal corrosion, heavy surface dirt to some area.
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