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Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Guanyin) Period: possibly Northern Song dynasty (960–1127) Date: late 10th–early 11th century Culture: China...

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara (Guanyin) Period: possibly Northern Song dynasty (960–1127) Date: late 10th–early 11th century Culture: China...

A CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF A BODHISATTVA, CHINA, LATE SONG DYNASTY/EARLY YUAN DYNASTY, 13TH/14TH CENTURY

A CARVED WOOD FIGURE OF A BODHISATTVA, CHINA, LATE SONG DYNASTY/EARLY YUAN DYNASTY, 13TH/14TH CENTURY

AN IMPORTANT LARGE WOOD FIGURE OF GUANYIN - CHINA, SONG DYNASTY, 12TH/13TH…

AN IMPORTANT LARGE WOOD FIGURE OF GUANYIN - CHINA, SONG DYNASTY, 12TH/13TH…

A Sandstone sculpture of a Bodhisattva. Northern China, Song Dynasty (960-1279 A.D.) artfinding.com

A Sandstone sculpture of a Bodhisattva. Northern China, Song Dynasty (960-1279 A.D.) artfinding.com

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara of the Lion's Roar, or Simhanada Avalokiteshvara (Shi Hou Guanyin) Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: 19th–20th century Culture: China Medium: Wood (willow) with traces of pigment, single-woodblock construction

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara of the Lion's Roar, or Simhanada Avalokiteshvara (Shi Hou Guanyin) Period: Qing dynasty (1644–1911) Date: 19th–20th century Culture: China Medium: Wood (willow) with traces of pigment, single-woodblock construction

Figure seated on lotiform base Period: early Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

Figure seated on lotiform base Period: early Ming dynasty (1368–1644)

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara of the Lion's Roar, or Simhanada Avalokiteshvara (Shi hou Guanyin Pusa). Ming dynasty China (1368–1644), late 15th–16th c. The Lion's roar symbolizes the intensity of the moment of enlightenment. The raised right and pendant lower leg are typical of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara,  in the well-known Water Moon form - in China, the most popular manifestation of this bodhisattva after the 10th c.

Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara of the Lion's Roar, or Simhanada Avalokiteshvara (Shi hou Guanyin Pusa). Ming dynasty China (1368–1644), late 15th–16th c. The Lion's roar symbolizes the intensity of the moment of enlightenment. The raised right and pendant lower leg are typical of Bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara, in the well-known Water Moon form - in China, the most popular manifestation of this bodhisattva after the 10th c.

Standing female attendant, Tang dynasty (618–907), late 7th–early 8th century, China

Standing female attendant, Tang dynasty (618–907), late 7th–early 8th century, China

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