La statuaire du Sud-Est du Bangladesh du Xe au XIIe siècle - article ; n°1 ; vol.40, pg 18-31

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Arts asiatiques - Année 1985 - Volume 40 - Numéro 1 - Pages 18-31
Various criteria contribute to define this school of sculpture : 1° till the end of the 10th c, images were imported from Bihar and Northern Bengal. Their number decreases afterwards when, in the 11th and 12th c, the local production suddenly increases ; 2° from the very beginning of the development, two stylistic (and secondarily here, iconographie) trends exist. The one remains close to the Northern Bengal stylistic school while the other becomes caracteristic of the area. They can also influence each another and works are found which present motifs or forms of motifs of the two groups. The « local » trend is defined by : the umbrella at the top of the stele ; the partial representation if not
the absence of the royal throne, miniature images of the god or of the avatâras at its place ; the position of Garuda in the middle of the pedestal ; the belt closed by a knot under the navel, long pendants and one or two rows of pearled arches are hanging from the belt ; the kirîtamukuta on the upper flat part of the female hairdress, with the bun on the back of the neck ; the short yajnopavîta falling on the waist ; the hem of Sûrya's pourpoint underlined by a low relief ; the kaustubha carved on Vismi's breast ; the jatâmukuta with rounded locks of hair ; the padma on which stands or sits the deity directly attached to its roots. These motifs were progressively introduced and their shapes changed in course of time. This school could also influence the Northern school in the 12th c. : position of Garuda, kaustubha on Visnu's breast, small characters flying in the scrolls springing up from the mouth of the kîrtimukha.
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Claudine Bautze-Picron
La statuaire du Sud-Est du Bangladesh du Xe au XIIe siècle In: Arts asiatiques. Tome 40, 1985. pp. 18-31.
Abstract Various criteria contribute to define this school of sculpture : 1° till the end of the 10th c, images were imported from Bihar and Northern Bengal. Their number decreases afterwards when, in the 11th and 12th c, the local production suddenly increases ; 2° from the very beginning of the development, two stylistic (and secondarily here, iconographie) trends exist. The one remains close to the Northern Bengal stylistic school while the other becomes caracteristic of the area. They can also influence each another and works are found which present motifs or forms of motifs of the two groups. The « local » trend is defined by : the umbrella at the top of the stele ; the partial representation if not the absence of the royal throne, miniature images of the god or of the avatâras at its place ; the position of Garuda in the middle of the pedestal ; the belt closed by a knot under the navel, long pendants and one or two rows of pearled arches are hanging from the belt ; the kirîtamukuta on the upper flat part of the female hairdress, with the bun on the back of the neck ; the short yajnopavîta falling on the waist ; the hem of Sûrya's pourpoint underlined by a low relief ; the kaustubha carved on Vismi's breast ; the jatâmukuta with rounded locks of hair ; the padma on which stands or sits the deity directly attached to its roots. These motifs were progressively introduced and their shapes changed in course of time. This school could also influence the Northern school in the 12th c. : position of Garuda, kaustubha on Visnu's breast, small characters flying in the scrolls springing up from the mouth of the kîrtimukha.
Citer ce document / Cite this document : Bautze-Picron Claudine. La statuaire du Sud-Est du Bangladesh du Xe au XIIe siècle. In: Arts asiatiques. Tome 40, 1985. pp. 18-31. doi : 10.3406/arasi.1985.1177 http://www.persee.fr/web/revues/home/prescr p article/aras _ _ _ _ _ _ i t/ i 0004-3958 1985 num 40 1 1177
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