Chinese Amoghasiddhi Buddha, 1403 - 1424 CEYour model is disabled. For more details go to Edit properties3D Model
Sandalwood, lacquer, and gold Chinese Amoghasiddhi Buddha, 1403 - 1424 CE, now in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
From the sculpture’s description on artsmia.org:
‘Amoghasiddhi is one of a group of five buddhas that embody five distinct types of wisdom and are thus sometimes called the “Five Wisdom Buddhas.” Of the five, who are believed to occupy the four cardinal directions and an immovable central direction, Amoghasiddhi occupies the northern position. He is an embodiment of the “Wisdom of Unrestricted Activity,” which enables one to save living beings on the path toward salvation using individualized means. Amoghasiddhi’s emblem, the double thunderbolt (vishvavajra), decorates the bottom of this sculpture… X-ray analysis has revealed what appear to be a roll of paper, a small bead or pearl, and a glass vial within a compartment inside this small statue.’
More information about the sculpture here: https://collections.artsmia.org/art/31240/amoghasiddhi-buddha-china