A Chinese Qing Dynasty period hand carved wooden seated Buddhist monk from the 19th century, with hand painted details and glass eyes. Born in China during the Qing Dynasty (1644-1912), this statue features a seated monk presenting traces of its original polychromy.
Facing us, the monk is dressed in a robe with traces of blue, green and red tones. His glass eyes create a striking effect perfectly balanced by the serenity of his facial expression. Made to be displayed sitting on the edge of a surface and showcasing a nicely weathered patina, this 19th century Qing Dynasty seated monk will be a wonderful decorative addition to any home, perhaps placed in a living room or foyer.
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