A GROUP OF TEN BRONZE FIGURINES
800 € - 1.200 €
Description:South-India, 17th-19th c.
H. 5-9,5 cm
Including a figure of the crawling Krishna; a standing four-armed figure of Lakshmi; a Saivite saint seated with legs crossed on a lotus base; the monkey-god Hanuman standing on a lotus base with both hands in anjalimudra; a multiple-armed figure of Ganesha seated on a lotus-base; Uma seated in lalitasana on a lotus base with her right hand holding the lotus while the left is resting on her left upper leg; a bronze group of Vishnu and Lakshmi seated on a lotus base; a figure of Bhu standing in tribhanga on a lotus base and holding a lotus in her left hand; a figure of Garuda kneeling on a plinth with both hands in anjalimudra; and a figure representing Shri Devi standing on a lotus base with her right hand holding a lotus flower.
From a South German private collection, assembled in the 1960s
Traces of age