The Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara, a form of the bodhisattva of infinite compassion and wisdom. 14th c, Korea, painted silk.

The Water-Moon Avalokiteshvara, a form of the bodhisattva of infinite compassion and wisdom. 14th c, Korea, painted silk.

.永観堂 禅 林 寺 みかえり阿弥陀 Amitabha looking back , Eikando Kyoto,Japan

.永観堂 禅 林 寺 みかえり阿弥陀 Amitabha looking back , Eikando Kyoto,Japan

不空羂索観音坐像-fukuukennzyakukannonzazou- (amoghapāśa) One of bodhisattvas.Crystal is inserted in the Statue's eyes. The work of an engraver 康慶. 興福寺(koufukuji)

不空羂索観音坐像-fukuukennzyakukannonzazou- (amoghapāśa) One of bodhisattvas.Crystal is inserted in the Statue's eyes. The work of an engraver 康慶. 興福寺(koufukuji)

Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion Nyoirin Kannon Japan Kamakura period 1250-1330 CE Wood with lacquer and gilding

勝利,仏像,仏教美術,仏教徒,それだった,女神,仏,木材,Kamakura Period

A Japanese ivory Okimono of Kannon, Meiji Period 1868-1912. The bodhisattva standing in princely raiment on an elaborate waisted lotus pedestal, his left hand in a gesture of reassurance while the other holds a flowering lotus to one side of the benevolent visage framed by an ornate crown fronted by a small figure of Amida Batsu, with a detachable circular nimbus, the base signed [Ko]mei-to.

A Japanese ivory Okimono of Kannon, Meiji Period 1868-1912. The bodhisattva standing in princely raiment on an elaborate waisted lotus pedestal, his left hand in a gesture of reassurance while the other holds a flowering lotus to one side of the benevolent visage framed by an ornate crown fronted by a small figure of Amida Batsu, with a detachable circular nimbus, the base signed [Ko]mei-to.

楊貴妃観音(泉涌寺)

楊貴妃観音(泉涌寺)

如意輪観音半跏像(石山寺)

如意輪観音半跏像(石山寺)

木造十一面観音菩薩立像(羽賀寺)

木造十一面観音菩薩立像(羽賀寺)

Two Bodhisattvas  Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: silk embroidery Classification: Textiles-Embroidered

Two Bodhisattvas Period: Meiji period (1868–1912) Culture: Japan Medium: silk embroidery Classification: Textiles-Embroidered

京都 五位山法金剛院 十一面観音菩薩坐像

京都 五位山法金剛院 十一面観音菩薩坐像

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