国宝 浄瑠璃寺 阿弥陀如来中尊像 National treasure Amitabha Buddha of Joruriji temple, Kyoto
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the detail of wooden Nio statue of Zenko-ji temple in Nagano, Japan. Made by Koun TAKAMURA (1852-1934) and Unkai YONEKURA (1869-1925)
Garuda, first half of the 7th century. Western Thailand. Lent by National Museum, Bangkok (1406/2504) | The mythical human-bird Garuda is intimately associated with Vishnu, serving as the god’s celestial vehicle, and he also has a generic function as a defender of faith. At the Buddhist site of Khu Bua, Garuda must be understood as a protector of the Buddha and the Buddha’s dharma. #LostKingdoms
Head of a Male Buddhist Devotee, 7th–8th century. Central Thailand. Lent by Phra Pathom Chedi National Museum, Nakhon Pathom, Thailand | Many stucco figures recovered from Buddhist monuments in Nakhon Pathom depict lay devotees of noble rank, judging by their fine dress and jewelry. This male worshipper wears a generously proportioned cloth decorated with floral motifs around his head and large circular earplug ornaments, underscoring his standing as a man of wealth. #LostKingdoms
The Birth of the Buddha, 18th–19th century. Nepal. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. John Stewart Kennedy Fund, 1915 (15.95.163) | This work is featured in our “Sacred Traditions of the Himalayas” exhibition, on view through June 14, 2015 #SacredTraditions #AsianArt100
6th C. Sandstone Slab depicts a buddhist Stupa (shrine) and relic or monks graves. A tall cylindrical stupa of this type is still preserved in the ancient Pyu city of Sri Ksetra. This slab covered the Khin Ba Stupa brick-lined relic chamber in central Myanmar. Thiri Khittaya (Śrī Ksetra) Archaeological Museum, Myanmar.
Pensive Bodhisattva- Three Kingdoms period(57BC-AD 668) Mid 7th cent. From Korea