Twenty-five Buddhist Figures of Perfect Wisdom from The Shurangama Sutra Wu Bin (ca. 1550-ca. 1621), Ming dynasty Album leaf, ink and colors on paper, 62.3 x 35.3 cm. 明 吳彬 畫楞嚴廿五圓通佛像.
Flowers in a Vase Lang Shining (Giuseppe Castiglione, 1688-1766), Qing dynasty Hanging scroll, ink and colors on silk, 113.4 x 59.5 cm
아미타불과 지장보살도 고려<br/>阿彌陀佛・地藏菩薩圖 高麗<br/>Amitabha and Kshitigarba (unidentified artist) from the Goryeo dynasty (918-1392) dated first half of the 14th century. Part of the exhibition "Korea: 100 Years of Collecting at the Met"
Seated Jizo - (bodhisvitta ksitigarbha) Japanese. Edo. Philadelphia Museum of Art
The most widely known forms of Tārā are: Green Tārā, known as the Buddha of enlightened activity; White Tārā, known for compassion, long life, healing and serenity (also known as The Wish-fulfilling Wheel, or Cintachakra); Red Tārā, a fierce aspect associated with magnetizing all good things; Black Tārā, associated with power; Yellow Tārā, associated with wealth and prosperity; Blue Tārā, associated with transmutation of anger – follow link for more