Chinese Quanyin – Tang Dynasty PRICE UPON REQUEST

the Bodhisattva is depicted as a young Indian prince standing in a slightly twisted pose adorned with beads and an elaborate coiffure. His garb exposes his chest and arms and the subtle shifts in posture is indicative of Indo-Himalayan sculptural traditions in China of that time.

17″ tall (including stand) 4.5″ x 3.5″, carved granite, China (Tang Dynasty), 618-907 AD