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A stone Makara architectual element
Indonesia, Sumatra, Padang Lawas, Portibi, Chandi Bahal complex, 10th/13th century
The mythological animal with the trunk of an elephant, the manes of a lion, the beak of a parrot and the tail of a fish. The makara represents Kama, the god of love, and symbolises water as well as sexual lust.
H. 90 cm
Provenance:
Private collection, The Netherlands

Taxatie
€ 1.500 - 2.000
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