Pillar Support of an Addorsed Female Bodhisattva and an Offering Goddess
Tibet (Influence from)
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Pratapaditya Pal with contributions by Stephen Little. A Collecting Odyssey: Indian, Himalayan, and Southeast Asian Art from the James and Marilynn Alsdorf Collection (The Art Institute of Chicago in association with Thames and Hudson, 1997), p. 292: 90 and plate p. 79.
The James and Marilynn Alsdorf Collection, Christie’s New York catalogue, March 22, 2011, Lot 110, offered for $10,000 – 15,000. Not Sold.
Alsdorf Galleries of Indian, Southeast Asian, Himalayan, and Islamic Art, The Art Institute of Chicago, November 2008 - November 2010.
Loaned long-term to the Art Institute of Chicago by Mrs. James W. Alsdorf (née Marilynn Bruder), Chicago, Ill., August 9, 1996; Returned to Mrs. James W. Alsdorf (née Marilynn Bruder), Chicago, Ill., by the Art Institute of Chicago, November, 2010; Gifted to the Art Institute of Chicago by Mrs. James W. Alsdorf (née Marilynn Bruder), Chicago, Ill., October 30, 2012.
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