Dancing Celestial Deity Devata Indian Sculpture Statue (12th century) Reproduction

Made of polymer

22''H x 10''W x 5.5''D including base

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Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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Dancing Celestial Deity Devata Indian Sculpture Statue (12th century) Reproduction. In the Metropolitan Museum of Art there is an early 12th-century Indian dancing celestial figure that is crisply carved in sandstone. The sculptor has twisted the figure into an extraordinary pose that captures the essence of her dance. Her swaying jewelry emphasizes her movement and contrasts pleasingly with her rounded body. Images of dancing semi-divine attendants often appear on the outer walls of Hindu temples, placed near the figures of gods to honor the deity. Our Dancing Celestial is based on the original figure.
Polymer is a heavy and very strong type of resin material that captures perfectly the details of the casting. The advantages of polymer when compared to concrete, cast stone, and cement are that it is far less fragile and much more resistant.
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