MUSEUM NASIONAL, JAKARTA. IMAGE AFTER J. FONTEIN SCULPTURE OF INDONESIA, HARRY N. ABRAMS, NY 1990 – TAASA Review March 2013
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The Prajnaparamita in Muarajambi remains in situ in the small site museum, whereas the Singosari Prajnaparamita sculpture, first seen in 1819 by the Dutch, was taken to Holland in 1820, where it was deposited in the Rijksmuseum voor Volkenkunde in Leiden (Brandes 1909: 26).
In1978 the statue was returned to Museum Nasional in Jakarta.
Four remaining sculptures found at Candi Singosari are of Nandisvara, Mahakala, Durga mahishasuramardini, and Ganesa, all of which display `textile’ designs on both lower and upper body garments...