Dancing celestial figure (apsara). Khmer, Angkor Period, Late 11th century - Cambodia

Dancing celestial figure (apsara). Khmer, Angkor Period, Late 11th century - Cambodia

CHOICE KHMER BRONZE GROUP, ca. 16th century. The central figure a four-armed god holding a wreath, a shell, a staff and another uncertain object, flanked by two Garuda birds holding offering dishes on their heads from which a pyramid of sacred flame issues, the group on integral base. 6 x 9.25 inches. Choice detail, style and condition. Very rare. Provenance: Purchased by the current owner from a New Jersey collection in the 1990's, previously from the European market via established…

CHOICE KHMER BRONZE GROUP, ca. 16th century. The central figure a four-armed god holding a wreath, a shell, a staff and another uncertain object, flanked by two Garuda birds holding offering dishes on their heads from which a pyramid of sacred flame issues, the group on integral base. 6 x 9.25 inches. Choice detail, style and condition. Very rare. Provenance: Purchased by the current owner from a New Jersey collection in the 1990's, previously from the European market via established…

Khmer Glazed Terracotta Sphinx - LO.1273 (LSO)  Origin: Cambodia  Circa: 1200 AD to 1400 AD  Dimensions: 13.50" (34.3cm) high x 10" (25.4cm) wide  Collection: Asian Art  Medium: Glazed Terracotta  Condition: Restored

Khmer Glazed Terracotta Sphinx - (LSO) Origin: Cambodia Circa: 1200 AD to 1400 AD Dimensions: high x wide Collection: Asian Art Medium: Glazed Terracotta Condition: Restored

Hevajra, c. 1200 (Cleveland Museum of Art) Cambodia, Bayon Style, late 12th-early 13th century bronze, Overall - h:46.00 w:23.90 cm (h:18 1/16 w:9 3/8 inches).

Hevajra, c. 1200 (Cleveland Museum of Art) Cambodia, Bayon Style, late century bronze, Overall - cm inches).

Ballet classique khmer (Cité de la musique) by dalbera, via Flickr

Ballet classique khmer (Cité de la musique) by dalbera, via Flickr

Sculpture 900-950 Cambodia

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Krishnakaliya, khmer bronze from Cambodia

KRISHNA Conquers the piosonous Giant river snake KALIYA, assumed the weight of the universe, and danced on the naga's heads, beating time with his feet.

The ancient Khmer of Cambodia: More Pictures. @ http://realhistoryww.com/world_history/ancient/Khmer_Cambodia.htm

Cambodia - Meditating Buddha sheltered by the Naga (snake) King, Muchilinda, 1100 A.

Palanquin Ring with a Demon Battling a Horse  Period:     Angkor period Date:     ca. early 13th century Culture:     Cambodia or Thailand Medium:     Bronze

Palanquin Ring with a Demon Battling a Horse Period: Angkor period Date: ca. early century Culture: Cambodia or Thailand Medium: Bronze

PUBLISHED KHMER BRONZE GODDESS, ca. 16th century. The goddess with 20 smaller arms issuing from her upper arms and wearing a loincloth dancing on two prostrate demons, and wearing a two tiered headdress bearing multiple heads, a mounting tenon on the base. 7 inches. Choice detail, style and condition with choice characteristic apple green Khmer patina.

PUBLISHED KHMER BRONZE GODDESS, ca. 16th century. The goddess with 20 smaller arms issuing from her upper arms and wearing a loincloth dancing on two prostrate demons, and wearing a two tiered headdress bearing multiple heads, a mounting tenon on the base. 7 inches. Choice detail, style and condition with choice characteristic apple green Khmer patina.

Tête de Buddha 3e siècle, 4e siècle stuc Afghanistan, Hadda, monastère de Tapa-Kalan, monastère de Hadda

Tête de Buddha 3e siècle, 4e siècle stuc Afghanistan, Hadda, monastère de Tapa-Kalan, monastère de Hadda

Cambodia #siem reap #apsara #dancer

Cambodia #siem reap #apsara #dancer

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