A 17th century standing, multiarmed Vishnu, Hindu God of preservation, sustainer of the Universe. Seen here wearing a Dhoti and bejeweled with armlettes, bracelets, necklace, earrings, and small crown. Missing are his two upper arms holding the conch shell in his left hand and the Chakra in his right hand. The two lower missing hands held a mase in his left hand and open palm in boon giving gesture with the right hand. Kneeling at the base is Garuda,
half man, half bird, Vishnu's vehicle.
Grey Schist, Orissa, India, 17th cen.
Age: 17th cen.
Size: 25.5 X 10.5 inches
Media: Grey Schist.
Price: $16,000.00 USD