Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone’phnom Da Style

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Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style

Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style
SCULPTURE KHMER SCULPTURE SANDSTONE FEMALE TORSO FIGURE STONE’PHNOM DA STYLE. A superb 14/15th century sculpture female deity figure standing in samabhanga, both arms broken, wearing sampot classic homespun style. In Phnom Da style is the earliest phase and so its dating is very important. It can help us to locate the moment when the Khmers started producing the kinds of temples and statuary we associate with their classic period and it also establishes when the art of Cambodia first became highly Indianized. This piece is beautiful which naked upper body and standing in tilt rump posture with well modelled. The torso is in excellent condition, a solid fragmented section, unaltered and unrepaired, beautifully modeled with detailing still clearly visible, and with no evidence of recarved features. The relatively smooth, yet grainy surface shows even wear on the entire piece, with weathering consistent with age. This skillfully executed image is a superb example of the Khmer culture and its dynamic artistry. Its creator has modeled a gracious interpretation of the divine iconic deity in human form with lively imagination and conviction. The figure is presented on display stand. Beautiful patina, with minor degradation of the surface, with dings, dents, and pitting being a natural part of the stones patina. In the history of Khmer sculpture, The Phnom Da style is the earliest phase and so its dating is very important. As with many debates about these early kingdoms, George Coedes was the source of many controversies. The great Orientalist had argued that the Phnom Da sculptures dated from the sixth century and were hence associated with the court of the final king of Funan, known by Coedes as Rudravarman. It is easy to see why this idea appealed to him. Linking these Hindu sculptures to the earliest great kingdom of the region. Dimensions: Height (without stand) 17.0 inches. Height (including stand) 19.75 inches. Weight approx 10.0 kilograms (10,000 grams). Please view detailed photos for overall quality and minor imperfections of the item. We willing to reply as soon as possible. We are extremely confident that all items presented from our collections are genuine antiques. Reserves the right to contest a customers assessment in the event that proof is available to support the pieces authenticity. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “SCULPTURE KHMER SCULPTURE SANDSTONE FEMALE TORSO FIGURE STONE’PHNOM DA STYLE” is in sale since Friday, June 14, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Asian Antiques\Southeast Asia\Statues”. The seller is “laksmiantiques” and is located in Bangkok. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Sculpture Khmer Sculpture Sandstone Female Torso Figure Stone'phnom Da Style