Mount Garuda with deity Vishnu.
In Hindu mythology Garuda is a mythical creature, part human, part eagle. He is the mount of the god Vishnu.
Vishnu is usually represented sitting on a large eagle, Garuda is seen as the primal deity, from which all creation and all other gods originated.
Plays a role in Buddhism and Hinduism. Myths about Garuda are widespread in southern Asia; Thailand and Indonesia have the creature as national symbol.
Garuda is the central element in the coat of arms of Indonesia.
Very nice detailed carvings with a beautiful old patina. Middle of the 20th century. Circa 1960.
Size: 37 x 19 x 10 cm.
- Nome dell'oggetto indigeno
- Garuda Vishnu
- Bali, Indonesia
- Legno teak
- metà del XX secolo
- Eccellenti condizioni
- Venduto con supporto
- 37×15×10 cm
- 1100 g