Seated bodhisattva, probably Manjushri (Wenshu)


Not on view

Likely part of a large assemblage. The perforated tenon on its back suggests the attachment of a now missing halo. The tang under the figure’s pedestal would have served to attach it to an altarpiece or the figure’s lion mount.

Seated bodhisattva, probably Manjushri (Wenshu), Gilt bronze, China

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