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Embossed plaque with a buddha and two bodhisattvas  Place of Origin: China, Yunnan province  Date: 937-1253  Materials: Gilded bronze  Dimensions: H. 8 3/4 in x W. 7 1/2 in x D. 2 in, H. 21.9 cm x W. 19.1 cm x 5 cm

Embossed plaque with a buddha and two bodhisattvas Place of Origin: China, Yunnan province Date: 937-1253 Materials: Gilded bronze Dimensions: H. 8 3/4 in x W. 7 1/2 in x D. 2 in, H. 21.9 cm x W. 19.1 cm x 5 cm

Standing bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin)  Place of Origin: China, Yunnan province  Date: after 1253  Historical Period: Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279)  Materials: Gilded bronze  Dimensions: H. 13 in x W. 3 1/4 in x D. 2 7/8 in, H. 33 cm x W. 8 1/4 cm x D. 7.3 cm

Standing bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin) Place of Origin: China, Yunnan province Date: after 1253 Historical Period: Southern Song dynasty (1127-1279) Materials: Gilded bronze Dimensions: H. 13 in x W. 3 1/4 in x D. 2 7/8 in, H. 33 cm x W. 8 1/4 cm x D. 7.3 cm

Standing Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Guanyin Pusa) with Circular Halo, 581 - 618  Sculpture  Chinese, 6th-7th centuries  Sui dynasty, 581-618  Limestone with traces of gilding and polychrome pigment  H. 158 x W. 34.3 x D. 33 cm (62 3/16 x 13 1/2 x 13 in.)   Creation Place: China

Standing Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Guanyin Pusa) with Circular Halo, 581 - 618 Sculpture Chinese, 6th-7th centuries Sui dynasty, 581-618 Limestone with traces of gilding and polychrome pigment H. 158 x W. 34.3 x D. 33 cm (62 3/16 x 13 1/2 x 13 in.) Creation Place: China

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin)  Place of Origin: China  Date: approx. 650-800  Historical Period: Tang dynasty (618-906)  Materials: Gilded bronze  Dimensions: H. 13 in x W. 3 5/8 in x D. 2 5/8 in, H. 33.0 cm x W. 9.2 cm x D. 6.7 cm

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin) Place of Origin: China Date: approx. 650-800 Historical Period: Tang dynasty (618-906) Materials: Gilded bronze Dimensions: H. 13 in x W. 3 5/8 in x D. 2 5/8 in, H. 33.0 cm x W. 9.2 cm x D. 6.7 cm

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin)  Place of Origin: China  Date: approx. 650-800  Historical Period: Tang dynasty (618-906)  Materials: Gilded bronze  Dimensions: H. 7 5/8 in x W. 3 5/8 in x D. 3 5/8 in, H. 18.7 cm x W. 8.6 cm x D. 9.2 cm

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin) Place of Origin: China Date: approx. 650-800 Historical Period: Tang dynasty (618-906) Materials: Gilded bronze Dimensions: H. 7 5/8 in x W. 3 5/8 in x D. 3 5/8 in, H. 18.7 cm x W. 8.6 cm x D. 9.2 cm

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin) flanked by attendants  Place of Origin: China  Date: 570  Historical Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550-577)  Object Name: Buddhist shrine  Materials: Gilded bronze  Dimensions: H. 9 1/4 in x W. 4 1/4 in x D. 2 1/4 in, H. 23.5 cm x W. 10.8 cm x D. 5.7 cm

The bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Chinese: Guanyin) flanked by attendants Place of Origin: China Date: 570 Historical Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550-577) Object Name: Buddhist shrine Materials: Gilded bronze Dimensions: H. 9 1/4 in x W. 4 1/4 in x D. 2 1/4 in, H. 23.5 cm x W. 10.8 cm x D. 5.7 cm

Guanyin is the goddess of mercy in East Asia and, according to Buddhism, a bodhisattva (enlightened being) associated with compassion. The name Guanyin is short for Guanshiyin, which means “one who perceives sound (or crying) in the world". Some Buddhists believe that when a loved one leaves this world, he is placed by the goddess Guanyin in the heart of a lotus and then sent to the afterlife. The figure of the goddess Guanyin originated from Sanskrit Avalokiteśvara as described in Buddh...

Guanyin is the goddess of mercy in East Asia and, according to Buddhism, a bodhisattva (enlightened being) associated with compassion. The name Guanyin is short for Guanshiyin, which means “one who perceives sound (or crying) in the world". Some Buddhists believe that when a loved one leaves this world, he is placed by the goddess Guanyin in the heart of a lotus and then sent to the afterlife. The figure of the goddess Guanyin originated from Sanskrit Avalokiteśvara as described in Buddh...

THANKA 19th Century <br /> With seated lama and seven Bodhisattvas. Tibetan inscription at base. 14" x 11" (35.5 cm x 28 cm).  <br /> <i>Ex Collection: Georgia Cash.</i>

THANKA 19th Century <br /> With seated lama and seven Bodhisattvas. Tibetan inscription at base. 14" x 11" (35.5 cm x 28 cm). <br /> <i>Ex Collection: Georgia Cash.</i>

MOUNT WUTAI, HOME OF THE BODHISATTVA OF WISDOM  Mount Wǔtái is one of the Four Sacred Mountains in Chinese Buddhism. Each of the four mountains are viewed as the abode or place of practice (dàocháng; 道場) of one of the four great bodhisattvas. Wǔtái is the home of the Bodhisattva of wisdom, Manjusri or Wénshū (文殊) in Chinese. The bodhisattva is believed to frequently appear on the mountain, taking the form of ordinary pilgrims, monks, or most often unusual five-colored clouds.

MOUNT WUTAI, HOME OF THE BODHISATTVA OF WISDOM Mount Wǔtái is one of the Four Sacred Mountains in Chinese Buddhism. Each of the four mountains are viewed as the abode or place of practice (dàocháng; 道場) of one of the four great bodhisattvas. Wǔtái is the home of the Bodhisattva of wisdom, Manjusri or Wénshū (文殊) in Chinese. The bodhisattva is believed to frequently appear on the mountain, taking the form of ordinary pilgrims, monks, or most often unusual five-colored clouds.

Putuo Mountain in Zhejiang Putuo Mountain, sitting on a small island of Zhoushan Archipelago, is one of the greatest Buddhist mountains in China. As it is a sacred place of Avalokitesvara, or Bodhisattva Guanyin, travelers can easily absorb the unique culture through the sculpture, books, drawings, stone carvings and architecture style which can be found there.   http://www.chinatraveltourismnews.com/2017/01/pray-for-good-luck-temples-for-spring.html

Putuo Mountain in Zhejiang Putuo Mountain, sitting on a small island of Zhoushan Archipelago, is one of the greatest Buddhist mountains in China. As it is a sacred place of Avalokitesvara, or Bodhisattva Guanyin, travelers can easily absorb the unique culture through the sculpture, books, drawings, stone carvings and architecture style which can be found there. http://www.chinatraveltourismnews.com/2017/01/pray-for-good-luck-temples-for-spring.html

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