Silla Bronze Buddha Statue | Korea, 8-10C


A bronze Buddha statue from Korean Silla kingdom. In Korean Peninsula, Baekje first introduced Buddhism during the Three Kingdoms period, following them Goguryeo and Silla were integrated as Buddhism as state religions. Under Unified (Later) Silla, Buddhism art had flourished with influenced by the Tang dynasty.

But then, Buddhism had declined due to the repression in Joseon era after Goryeo era. Therefore, the part of face is fallen because it might be burned during the oppression, however the sharp eyebrows clearly show the characteristics of the Buddha statue in Silla era.

Although there is a crack in the base, but the crack would not deteriorate any more because the material is tough enough.

W4cm × D4cm × H15cm
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