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BUDDHA SHAKYAMUNI14TH CENTURY Northwestern Nepal (Khasa Malla Kingdom)Gilt copper alloy with turquoise inlayRubin Museum of Art

BUDDHA CENTURY Northwestern Nepal (Khasa Malla Kingdom)Gilt copper alloy with turquoise inlayRubin Museum of Art

Nepalese ritual crown       1         Más nuevos      Más antiguos       Gilt copper alloy inlaid with turquoise Nepal, 16th century   Metropolitan Museum of Art   		 	 		 			 		  		 			Más antiguos 		 		 				 	 	         			 	 		 		Gilt copper ...

(Nepal) Nepalese ritual Crown, Gilt copper alloy inlaid with turquoise, Nepal, century CE, Metropolitan Museum of Art

A gilt copper alloy figure of Avalokiteshvara. 13th-14th century, Nepal, Khasa Malla region. Standing in a triple-flexed pose with four arms and inlaid jewelry. 9 3/8 in. (23.8cm) high

A gilt copper alloy figure of Avalokiteshvara Nepal, Khasa Malla region…

Bhairava mudra, "fierce gesture" to surrender and meditate. This majestic Buddha is one of the finest products of sixteenth-century Sri Lankan Buddhist art.

This majestic Buddha is one of the finest products of sixteenth-century Sri Lankan Buddhist art. The figure is seated on a waisted lotus-vine pedestal, deep in meditation, the body displaying numerous auspicious marks (lakshana)—signs of his Buddhahood

A gilt bronze figure of Bodhisattva, Nepal, Kathmandu Valley, 14th century. Seated in paryankasana, with one foot resting on the opposite thigh, his right hand in abhayamudra. 7¾ in. (19.7 cm.)

A gilt bronze figure of Bodhisattva, Nepal, Kathmandu Valley, 14th century. Seated in paryankasana, with one foot resting on the opposite thigh, his right hand in abhayamudra. 7¾ in. (19.7 cm.)

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