Overall: 75 x 63.6 cm (29 1/2 x 25 1/16 in.)
The Fanny Tewksbury King Collection 1957.360
This kneeling monster from the cave-temple complex at Xiangtangshan was originally placed below some wall niches on the perimeter. With its grotesque face and body, it is among the most imaginative sculptures of the period.
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