Stone figure; Ganesha seated

Stone figure; Ganesha seated

ca. 13th century

15 x 10 x 8 1/2 in. (38.1 x 25.4 x 21.59 cm)
Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection
Provenance: Collection of Horace Geoffrey (H.G.) Quaritch Wales (1900-1981), England; [Gump's, San Francisco]; purchased from gallery by Seattle Art Museum (Eugene Fuller Memorial Collection), November 26, 1934
Not currently on view


Exhibition HistoryLos Angeles, California, Los Angeles County Museum, Art of Greater India, 1950. Cat. no. 155, p. 94.

San Francisco, California, San Francisco Museum of Art, Art in Asia and the West, 1957.

New York, New York, Asia Society, Khmer Sculpture, 1961-62. Cat. no. 28.

Balboa, California, Fine Arts Patrons of Newport Harbor, Children's Show of Fine Arts, 1966.
Published ReferencesHandbook, Seattle Art Museum: Selected Works from the Permanent Collections, Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1951; reproduced p. 42.

Engagement Calendar, Seattle: Seattle Art Museum Guild, 1953; no. 5

Ross, Nancy Wilson. Three Ways of Asian Wisdom: Hinduism, Buddhism, Zen and the Significance for the West. New York: Simon & Schuster, 1966; p. 36, reproduced pl. 11.

Trubner, Henry, et al., Asiatic Art in the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle: Seattle Art Museum, 1973; pp. 47,125, reproduced pl. 62.

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