High relief sculpture depicting a four-armed iconic form of Vishnu retaining mace and conch and boon-granting gesture; figure wears highly decorative conical crown, jewelry and floral garland, lotus halo framing head. Two female attendents at legs,

Architectural Fragment of Standing Vishnu with Two Attendants and Fragment of Avatars of Vamana, Rama, Varaha, and Parashurama as well as Lion and Elephant Throne Columns

Uttar Pradesh

Late 9th century

  • Titles Architectural Fragment of Standing Vishnu with Two Attendants and Fragment of Avatars of Vamana, Rama, Varaha, and Parashurama as well as Lion and Elephant Throne Columns (Proper)
  • Artist Uttar Pradesh, India
  • Medium sandstone
  • Dimensions 37 x 29 x 11 3/4 in. (94 x 73.7 x 29.8 cm)
  • Credit Line Collection of the Art Fund, Inc. at the Birmingham Museum of Art; Gift of Eivor and Alston Callahan, AFI.3.2004
  • Work Type sculpture
  • Classification Sculpture
  • On View