12th C CE Water-Moon Guanyin - point cloud3D Model
Twelfth-century Water-Moon Guanyin, now in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
From the sculpture’s description on artsmia.org:
“This form of the bodhisattva presides over his own paradise, Potolaka, which is described in scripture as a rugged seaside cave from which Avalokiteshvara could admire the reflection of the moon in the water. Appropriately, he appears meditative and relaxed and is seated informally in the “royal-ease” posture. Ornately dressed, with silk robes, fluttering sashes, jewelry, and an elaborate hairstyle, he also wears a headpiece that features an image of Amitābha, the buddha to whom Avalokiteshvara attends. Believers might look to a sculpture like this as a guide for their own journeys toward enlightenment.”
The sculpture on Mia’s website:
The mesh version of the object is here: https://skfb.ly/68PAA