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Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum : Votive Stele Chinese (Eastern Wei dynasty) Limestone, 142.2 x 81.9 x 62.9 cm Genre: Asian Art, Sculpture Location: Chinese Loggia Accession Number: S8w4


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Buddha: Fragment from a Larger Stele, mid- 6th century, Eastern Wei dynasty, 535–50, Limestone H 31 1/2 in 80 cm, W 10 1/2 in 26 7 cm, D 7 3/4 in 19 7 cm, Diam base: 11 1/2 in 29 2 cm, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City

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Title: Buddha Artist: Unknown (Chinese) Art Movement: Chinese Southern and Northern Dynasties (420-589) - China Materials/Techniques: Gilt limestone Description Shandong Province, Northern Qi Dynasty (550-577 AD) The Northern Qi dynasty Buddhas have an elegant appearance and are distinguished by their elongated bodies, broad shoulders and slender waists with slightly protruding stomachs. They have finely defined faces with prominent noses and arched eyebrows. The long and diaphanous mo