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Statue of Apsara

Statue of Apsara
In the art of Champa sculpture, there are many styles in each period, such as Dong Duong style, Tra Kieu style, Chu Lai style, Vijaya style (Binh Dinh), Po Romé style (Panduranga - Ninh Thuan, Binh Thuan)
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The Chams 'Champs' Apsara is depicted on full-face sandstone crystals, the head of a Kirata-Mukata hat with many layers, wide open eyes, a high nasal bridge and wide openings. To beautify and embellish the charm of the dancers, Champa artists carved earrings with very fine and smooth strands of yarns. In addition, with smiling lips makes the dancers more vivid.
 
Most of the Apsara statues are always in the half-naked posture of the body, revealing that the breasts are full of life. Although the body "semi-hidden" but still retain the virgin, beyond the mundane feeling. The waist is slim with the biceps, the thighs and the whole body rhythmic as the dance moves to show the graceful curves. The artist's talented hand carved Champa dancer beautiful and lively. According to many people, sculpture statue carved at the pedestal Tra Kieu, 60cm high, 55cm wide, is a statue of the most beautiful. The researchers call it Tra Kieu altar or the altar of the dancer. The statues at the pedestal almost naked, the breast stretched round, wrists rounded. Dance creates a balanced and tight body. The soft bending of the dancers like a passionate passion.
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