Abhaya Mudra
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Abhaya Mudra, gesture of absence of fear. The right hand is raised, loses turned to the outside, fingers are tightened upward. Represent the episode where the Buddha was attacked by a furious elephant. Arriving in front of the Master, the animal was enthralled by its serenity, stopped dead and knelt down before him to pay him tribute. On this work Buddha's kasaya is made in cloisonne.
H39 x D17 x W23 cm
China Beijing
circa 1900
1565.00 €
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