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迦諾迦伐蹉 Seated Nahan Ganakgabeolcha (Sanskrit: Kanakavatsa)
  • Korea
  • 迦諾迦伐蹉 Seated Nahan Ganakgabeolcha (Sanskrit: Kanakavatsa), late 1600s–early 1700s, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910)
  • Where object was made: Korea
  • wood, polychromy
  • Object Height/Width/Depth: 52.07 x 32.7 x 24.13 cm
    Object Height/Width/Depth: 20 1/2 x 12 7/8 x 9 1/2 in
    Object Length: left hand 17.78 cm
    Object Length: left hand 7 in
    Object Length: right hand 17.14 cm
    Object Length: right hand 6 3/4 in
  • Museum purchase: Helen Foresman Spencer Art Acquisition Fund
  • On view: Stewart Gallery, 406, W1
  • 2012.0092
Label Text

Seated male figure is colorfully decorated. He is dressed in Koryo-style kasa and his robes are detailed with phoenixes. He is seated on a rocky outcropping. The head is set with originally consecrated sutra pages (visible).