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A VERY LARGE GILT BRONZE OF GUANGMU TIANWANG, THE GUARDIAN-KING VIRUPAKSHA, MING DYNASTY
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03月11日 下午5点 开拍
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A VERY LARGE GILT BRONZE OF GUANGMU TIANWANG, THE GUARDIAN-KING VIRUPAKSHA, MING DYNASTY
China, 16th-17th century. Massively cast standing, clad in full armor decorated with beast heads and pendent sash, adorned with billowing scarves. His right hand is lowered in shuni mudra and the raised left is holding a stupa. The face with a wrathful expression marked by intense almond-shaped eyes below furrowed brows, a broad nose, and full lips. The hair arranged in a high chignon behind the tall crown with a small image of Buddha Amitabha.

Provenance: From a private collection in Garnet Valley, Pennsylvania, USA.
Condition: Good condition with old wear, dents, minor cracks and small nicks, some losses as seen on the images, light scratches, and a fine naturally grown patina overall. The lacquer gilding with scattered old touchups. Remnants of ancient polychromy.

Weight: 8.8 kg
Dimensions: Height 49.4 cm (incl. stand), 44 cm (excl. stand)

With a fitted hardwood stand dating to the Qing dynasty. (2)

This figure represents Virupaksha, known in China as Guangmu Tianwang, one of the four Celestial Kings of the Directions, sworn to protect Buddhism eternally. They were traditionally placed at the cardinal points of the compass in Buddhist temples, to protect Buddhist deities. They are reputed to be accompanied by large forces of supernatural warriors and placed at four corners of the Buddhist altar. Guardian figures continued to be of importance in Buddhism, and are found as sculptures or paintings in most Buddhist temples in China today.

Virupaksha is the guardian of the West. He lives on the western part of Sumeru. He is the leader of the nagas and putanas, and possesses the divine eye, which allows him to see great distances as well as the karma of sentient beings.

Auction result comparison: Compare a closely related lacquered bronze of Virupaksha, also dated to the Ming dynasty, at Christie’s Paris in Art d’Asie on 14 December 2011, lot 62, sold for EUR 43,000.

明代大型銅鎏金廣目天王
中國,十六至十七世紀。天王開臉方正,面部肌肉緊實,眉如彎月,杏眼圓睜,左手托寶塔。他身著甲胄,足蹬雲頭戰靴,甲胄的形製形式繁複,層次分明。頭髮高束于寳冠后,寳冠上有阿彌陀佛像。整體造型大方,形像生動,通體鎏金。

來源:美國賓夕法尼亞Garnet Valley私人收藏
品相:品相良好,舊時磨損,凹痕、小裂縫和小刻痕與缺損,輕微劃痕和細膩包漿。漆金局部有舊時修補。彩繪殘餘。

重量:8.8 公斤
尺寸:高49.4 厘米 (含底座), 44 厘米 (不含底座)

相配清代硬木底座。(2)

拍賣結果比較:比較一件相近漆彩廣目天王銅像,明代,見巴黎佳士得Art d’Asie 2011年12月14日 lot 62, 售價EUR 43,000

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