A Thai bronze sculpture, mid 20th century, ca 31 cm. high excluded wooden base, total height 40 cm., 9.5 cm. wide and 12 cm. deep.
Depicting a 'kinnari' (according to Hindu mythology a paradigmatic lover, a celestial musician, half-human and half-horse), standing in 'samabhanga', with raised tail, the legs and hoofs of a horse, flame-shaped energy eruptions to her shoulders and both sides of the head, wearing a crown with lotus bud-shaped finial, chest ornament and belt, her hands in 'anjalimudra', left shoulder eruption missing (see image #18), the forearms damaged (image #19).
- Mid 20th century
- Region/ Country of origin
- Title of artwork
- A bronze sculpture of a 'kinnari'
- Fair condition, see description
- 31×9.5×12 cm