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Juichimen Kannon (Avalokitesvara) Bosatsu - Hase Dera, Edo Period

Kannon Bodhisattva (Bosatsu) - Goddess of Mercy, One Who Hears Prayers of the World, Japanese Buddhism Art History

JAPANESE LATE EDO FUGEN AND MONJU BOSATSU ZUSHI  The ZUSHI is finely hand painted on the inside and painted a solid black lacquer on the outside.

JAPANESE LATE EDO FUGEN AND MONJU BOSATSU ZUSHI The ZUSHI is finely hand painted on the inside and painted a solid black lacquer on the outside.

Zushi, Jizo, Japan, Edo period, ca 1800

Zushi, Jizo, Japan, Edo period, ca 1800 (item detailed views)

“Actor Onogawa Orie as a Courtesan Parodying the Bodhisattva Samantabhadra (Fugen Bosatsu) Seated on an Elephant” (Edo period, c. 1720s), attributed to Okumura Masanobu, Japan via Harvard Art Museums.

“Actor Onogawa Orie as a Courtesan Parodying the Bodhisattva Samantabhadra (Fugen Bosatsu) Seated on an Elephant” (Edo period, c. attributed to Okumura Masanobu, Japan via Harvard Art Museums.

Shiva as Lord of the Dance (Shiva Nataraja) India, Tamil Nadu; Chola period (880-1279), about 970 The Asia Society

Shiva as Lord of the Dance (Shiva Nataraja) India, Tamil Nadu; Chola period about 970 The Asia Society icons

, by Chinese School

Wood, gesso, mineral pigments, and gold. The last great moment in Chinese buddhist wooden sculpture occurred in the and C. © Minneapolis Institute of Arts

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