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Relief fragment depicting Prince Siddhartha, the future Buddha, cutting his hair in renunciation Gandhara, 1st century AD (AD 1 - 100)

The Conception of the Buddha-to-be in Queen Maya’s dream, approx. 100–300. Pakistan; ancient region of Gandhara. Phyllite. The Avery Brundage Collection, B64S5.

South Asian and Himalayan Art | One face of a fence-rail from Bharhut: King visits the Buddha (Great Miracle of Sravasti) | F1932.25

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Scenes of Buddha as a child, the Prince Siddhartha, are quite rare. This Mathura red sandstone panel depicts young Siddhartha (far right in the cart) travelling to school with his friends, and with onlookers watching. A similar but smaller schist panel is in the V & A Museum, London.

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A grey schist relief panel of the birth of Buddha Ancient region of Gandhara, 2nd/3rd century

Sulamith Wülfing (January 11, 1901 – 1989) was a German artist and illustrator. Her ethereal, enigmatic works depict fairy tales or mystical subjects. #art

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Gandharan Relief 2nd-3rd C. Two scenes from the life and death of Buddha