On The Antiquity of Nepalese Metalcraft: The Buddha of Guita Bahi

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Figure 24: Standing Buddha
Nepal or Tibet, 11th-12th century
Gilt-copper alloy with traces of pigment
27-1/2 in. (69.9 cm)
The Norton Simon Foundation Accession Number: F.1972.45.12.S
© The Norton Simon Foundation

Citations: Published:
von Schroeder, Ulrich, 1981, Indo-Tibetan Bronzes, 109E, Tibet,  1050-1150 AD

Fisher, Robert E., 1988 “Art from the Himalayas” In Asian Art: Selections from the Norton Simon Museum, ed. Pratapaditya Pal (Pasadena: Norton Simon Museum in association with Orientations), p. 48-59, fig 9, Nepal 11th century

Pal, Pratapaditya, 1996 “Sculptures to Make You Marvel: Some Himalayan Bronzes in the Norton Simon Museum”, Orientations 27 no. 7 (July-August 1996), fig 3, 12th century

Lo Bue, Erberto, 1997, Sculptural Styles According to Pema Karpo” in Tibet: Towards a Definition of Style, ed. Jane Casey Singer and Philip Denwood, London: Laurence King) pp. 242 - 53, fig 295, western Tibet, 12th century

Knoke, Christine, 2000a “Sacred Spaces, Sacred Art: A New Installation of Asian Art at the Norton Simon Museum”, Arts of Asia, 30, no. 2 (March - April, 2000) fig 17

Knoke, Christine, 2000b, “The Norton Simon Museum”, Minerva, 11, no. 2 (March – April 2000) fig 16

Pal, Pratapaditya, 2003, Asian Art at the Norton Simon Museum, Vol 2: Art from the Himalayas and China (New Haven: Yale University Press), p 80, catalogue no. 49, 12th century