Khmer Baphuon style Torso of Female Deity

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Seller: bonfim59 (944) 100%, Location: Arlington, Virginia, Ships to: US & many other countries, Item: 283618659080 A female figure (age unknown) of a goddess, probably Uma, standing in samapada, wearing a long, pleated sarong tied at the front with a curled end at the top sweeping to the left, the long central fold of fabric, incised with designs indicating a patterned or embroidered fabric adorned with pearls and tassles, culminating in a 'fishtail' shape at the hem, held together at the hips with a patterned belt fastened at the front with a knot, the sculpture finished at the back, the remains of the ankle showing a support.Height: 18 in (45.7 cm) - 21 in w/ stand The piece exemplifies the style of Baphuon female figures with the frontal stance, the ovoid skirt wide at the hips and narrowing around the knees, the sarong positioned high at the back and curving down to below the navel and the elegant central pleat. (see Helen Ibbitson Jessup and Thierry Zephir, ed.; Sculpture of Angkor and Ancient Cambodia: Millennium of Glory, Washington 1997, p. 255). Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter Region of Origin: Southeast Asia, Age: Unknown, Primary Material: Hardstone, Type: Statues

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