Guardian King 1
This Guardian King model belongs to a pair of two sculptures made of wood and belonging to the Kamakura Period (1185 – 1392). In particular, these figures would belong to the year 1200 AD. and originate from a Buddhist Temple in Shiga Prefecture in Japan. This King Guardian or Child, has his mouth closed and represents the end of life, his partner is with his mouth open representing the beginning of life. These figures are part of the collection of the Cleveland Museum of Art.
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