Monumental Gilt-bronze Figure of Chakrasamvara with Vajravarahi, Sino-Tibet, standing over two prostrated figures atop a double lotus throne, his multiple arms winged out, his principal arms embracing his consort in yab-yum position, his face with three eyes and a protruding tongue, crowned with garlands of heads and skulls, the consort wearing a beaded belt with the Wheel of the Law, painted details, ht. 53, wd. 29 in.
Provenance: A private collection acquired some time ago from several New England galleries.
normal wear, surface dirt, some paint losses, spotty minor dents paticularly to the lotus stand top.
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