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Attendants to the Mahaparinirvana. Victoria and Albert museum
Bodhisattva Maitreya, Gandhara, 2nd-3rd c. Schist(彌勒菩薩)
パキスタン・ガンダーラ クシャーン朝・2世紀 国立博物館東洋館
Lot 222, "A Gray Schist Figure of a Bodhisattva," was carved in Gandhara in the 2nd to 3rd century and is Property from a Private Swiss Collection. It was acquired from Spink, London, in 1978, and Christie's catalogue for this sale notes that "the treatment of the jewelry, with the necklace elegantly suspended across the shoulder and the fluid drapery spilling across the throne is of outstanding execution."
Buddha Pakistan, Gandhara area; Kushan period (late 1st - 3rd century C.E.), late 2nd - early 3rd century C.E. Incorporating stylistic elements of Greek and Roman sculpture, this large, standing Buddha typifies the art of Gandhara. The Buddha wears the traditional garments of an Indian monk, a long cloth wrapped around the waist and another long shawl draped over the shoulders.
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