Collection Name: Ming Dynasty Copper Ming Gold Santou Buddha Collection Category: Copper Buddha
Collection price: RMB bargaining
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The Ming Dynasty Buddha statues have beautiful appearance and excellent materials. Especially the bronze Buddha statues of Xuande in Ming Dynasty (1426-1435), whose aesthetic consciousness and production technology have reached a very high level. It establishes the standard shape of bronze Buddha statues in Han Dynasty and has been handed down to the present day. Small and delicate, lively and peaceful, graceful and dignified.
Bronze Buddha statue is one of Buddhist statue art. In ancient Chinese sculpture works, Buddhist sculpture occupies an extremely important position, which is related to the prevalence of Buddhism in the whole society and its impact on social development. Buddhism has been introduced into China since the Eastern Han Dynasty and has a history of more than 2,000 years. Because Buddhist doctrine can control people's mind, it has been strongly advocated by rulers of all dynasties. During this period, the rulers felt that the development of Buddhist monastery economy had appeared several times of "exterminating Buddhism" movement, which was caused by the situation of "competing with the state for profit", and the spread of Buddhism in China had been unimpeded. Along with the spread of Buddhism, Buddhist art also prevailed throughout the country. Since the Wei, Jin, Southern and Southern Dynasties, Buddhists have set off numerous upsurge in making Buddhist statues in history. The believers place their faith in Buddha and their yearning for happy life in the statues of foundry, sculpture, painting and printing. This collection has high economic value and collection value.