Standing Buddha wearing Monks Robes

Unknown maker, Ayutthaya Kingdom, Thailand


Ayutthaya Kingdom, 15th century


Overall: 15 1/4 × 5 1/4 × 3 3/4 in. (38.7 × 13.3 × 9.5 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: Gift of Faith Clark



Place Made: Thailand, Southeast Asia, Asia



Object Name

Ceremonial Artifact

Research Area


Not on view

Course History

ASCL 51.06/REL 41.07, Buddhism Sex, Gender in South East Asia, Sara Swenson, Spring 2022

HIST 96.01, Colonialism and Culture in Asia and Africa, Douglas Haynes, Spring 2022

REL 43.01, Buddhism in America, Reiko Ohnuma, Spring 2022

Relgion 2.01, Religion in Southeast Asia, Mary Kate Long, Fall 2023


Acquired by Dr. Carl Christian Hansen (1863-1929), Lotus Dispensary, Bangkok, Thailand, date unknown; sold to Gertrude Weld Clark Arnold (1868-1941) in Thailand, 1929; given to her brother, Benjamin Preston Clark (1860-1939) and his wife, Josephine Frances Allen Clark (1868-1961), Boston, Massachusetts, 1929; to their son, Rev. Allen William Clark (1896-1984), date unknown; to his daughter, Faith Clark (born 1927), Concord, New Hampshire, possibly about 1984; given to present collection, 2018

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