Amitabha Buddha (Amida), the Buddha of Infinite Light 13th century Kamakura period Gilt bronze Japan

Nyoirin Kannon (Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara in the form of Chintamanichakra). Japan; Kamakura period (1185-1333), early 14th century.

Miroku Bosatsu: The Future Buddha | Miroku Bosatsu: The Future Buddha, mid 1200s Japan, Kamakura Period (1185-1333)

Shô Kannon, the Bodhisattva of Compassion - Japanese Period Kamakura period | dated 1269

This unusually well-preserved life-size 13th-century wooden sculpture features a grimacing, multi-limbed Buddhist deity astride a kneeling bull. http://www.startribune.com/entertainment/stageandarts/210139451.html

Japanese Art | Zocho-ten, Guardian of the South, one of a set of four Shitenno (Guardian Figures) | 1185-1333 | Kamakura period | Wood with polychrome and gilt, crystal-inlaid eyes | F1974.20

"Komoku-ten, Guardian of the West" One of a set of four Shitenno (Guardian Figures) c 1185-1333 wood with polychrome, gilt and crystal-inlaid eyes. In the collection of The Smithsonian's Freer/Sackler Galleries, Washington, DC.

IMAGES NIO GUARDIANS | Nio Guardians at Sanjusangendo, Kyoto -- attributed to Tankei

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