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Avalokitesvara Padmapani: Bodhisattva of Mercy Bearing a Lotus, c. 1000s Nepal, c. 11th century

Avalokitesvara Padmapani: Bodhisattva of Mercy Bearing a Lotus, Nepal, century; bronze with gilding, pigment, and semiprecious stones.

13th-14th century, Tibet, buddha Amoghasiddhi, bronze with cold gold and pigments, at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Bronze and cold pigments, 16 x 12 x 5 x x Gift of Ruth and Bruce Dayton Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Shiva Seated with Uma (Umamaheshvara), 11th century. Thakuri dynasty. Nepal (Kathmandu Valley). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Samuel Eilenberg Collection, Ex Coll.: Columbia University, Purchase, Rogers Fund, 1987 (1987.218.1) | Shiva (Maheshvara) is shown together with his wife Uma (Parvati) in an image of great tenderness and grace, seated in royal ease on an elliptical lotus platform.

Shiva Seated with Uma (Umamaheshvara) Period: Thakuri dynasty Date: century Culture: Nepal (Kathmandu Valley)

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (?), 10th century Nepal or Tibet, 900-999 Gilt-copper alloy 13-1/2 x 4-7/8 in. (34.3 x 12.4 cm) The Norton Simon Foundation

), century Nepal or Tibet, Gilt-copper alloy x in. x cm) The Norton Simon Foundation

8th century, Nepal, Vajrapani with Vajra Anuchara, gilt copper alloy, at the Cleveland Museum of Art (USA).

century, Nepal, Vajrapani with Vajra Anuchara, gilt copper alloy, at the Cleveland Museum of Art (USA).

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, 14th century, Nepal or Tibet, gilt copper.  While the identity of this figure as the Buddhist deity Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara is without doubt, since the left hand holds a lotus flower, its place of origin is uncertain. Most of its stylistic features relate to other Nepalese examples, such as the treatment of the figure’s ornate crown and garments; however, a few elements indicate that it may have been cast in Tibet in a Newar workshop. Avalokiteshvara is the…

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, 14th century, Nepal or Tibet, gilt copper. While the identity of this figure as the Buddhist deity Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara is without doubt, since the left hand holds a lotus flower, its place of origin is uncertain. Most of its stylistic features relate to other Nepalese examples, such as the treatment of the figure’s ornate crown and garments; however, a few elements indicate that it may have been cast in Tibet in a Newar workshop. Avalokiteshvara is the…

13th C. Nepal, Bodhisattva Manjushri, gilt copper inlaid with stones, by a Newar artist in Malla style. Guimet

century Nepalese gilt copper Bodhisattva Manjushri inlaid with stones, by a Newar artist in Malla style

Cleveland Museum of Art Standing Buddha, c. 900 India, Kashmir, late 10th-early 11th century brass with silver and copper inlay, Overall - h:98.10 cm (h:38 9/16 inches) Base - w:28.20 cm (w:11 1/16 inches). John L. Severance Fund 1966.30

Cleveland Museum of Art Standing Buddha, c. 900 India, Kashmir, late century brass with silver and copper inlay, Overall - cm inches) Base - cm inches).

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