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Bronze Vishnu on Garuda, 12 - 13th C CE, now in the collection of the Minneapolis Institute of Art.
From the object’s description on artsmia.org:
‘In Hinduism, Vishnu is the preserver and maintainer of the established order. Whereas Shiva is Lord of the Beginning and of the End, Vishnu is the deity who oversees the middle ground, avoids extremes, and maintains orthodoxy. The standard depiction of Vishnu is four-armed standing upright wearing a crown. He carries a conch shell, lotus, a club, and a discus. His vehicle is the bird Garuda depicted here in the usual form as part human, part bird.’
More information: https://collections.artsmia.org/art/8321/vishnu-on-garuda-cambodia
The sculpture is about 18cm (7 in.) tall, but it’s scaled to about 36cm (14 in.) in the AR/VR settings here.
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