A standing figure of the Hindu god Vishnu wearing a long dhoti with a vertical pleat and a thick sash, the left hand rests on the top of a mace or club.

A rare example of the earliest period of sculpture in Cambodia, under Indian cultural influence.

Provenance

In private collection in 1960s and on loan to the Denver Art Museum by 1969; American private collection; Spink & Son, London.


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