Gilded Bronze Buddha Statue
Tibet, Circa: early 1900s'
8 in (20cm), W 6.5 in (16cm), D 4 in (10cm)
upright and austere in perfect equipoise on a lotus pedestal, Bhaisajyaguru holds
a lush medicine bowl in his left hands, and in his right the myrobalan plant that
transform all ills. This exquisite bronze bears an aged copper patina, with gilded
gold highlights and silver repousse layers for the eight auspicious symbols integrated
onto his monk robe, along with the curves and folds of fabric that adds to the
sense of a lively presence.
Medecine Buddha Bhaisajyaguru Statue