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達瑪溝托普魯克墩 2號佛寺遺址出土菩薩像壁畫殘塊

達瑪溝托普魯克墩 2號佛寺遺址出土菩薩像壁畫殘塊

克茲爾千佛洞珍貴的壁畫菩薩

克茲爾千佛洞珍貴的壁畫菩薩

克孜爾千佛洞17窟 釋迦佛本生壁畫騎象菩薩

克孜爾千佛洞17窟 釋迦佛本生壁畫騎象菩薩

克孜爾千佛洞17窟佛本生中的菩薩

克孜爾千佛洞17窟佛本生中的菩薩

克孜爾8窟佛本生戎裝菩薩

克孜爾8窟佛本生戎裝菩薩

絲路梵相——新疆和田達瑪溝佛教遺址出土壁畫藝術

絲路梵相——新疆和田達瑪溝佛教遺址出土壁畫藝術

Dvarapalas, 6th century. Central Myanmar. Lent by National Museum of Myanmar, Yangon (1622 [left], 1623 [right]) | These miniature representations depicting dvarapalas, guardians of sacred spaces, have small holes around the border, suggesting that they were fixed to a surface, probably the pedestal of a Buddha image. #LostKingdoms

Dvarapalas, 6th century. Central Myanmar. Lent by National Museum of Myanmar, Yangon (1622 [left], 1623 [right]) | These miniature representations depicting dvarapalas, guardians of sacred spaces, have small holes around the border, suggesting that they were fixed to a surface, probably the pedestal of a Buddha image. #LostKingdoms

"Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia, 5th to 8th Century" gallery view #LostKingdoms

"Lost Kingdoms: Hindu-Buddhist Sculpture of Early Southeast Asia, 5th to 8th Century" gallery view #LostKingdoms

Vishnu Mounted on Garuda, early 9th century. Central Vietnam. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MA3572) | The theme of Vishnu riding his celestial vehicle, the mythical eagle Garuda, was rarely represented in mainland Southeast Asia before the tenth century, when it became popular in Angkorian-period temple art. #LostKingdoms

Vishnu Mounted on Garuda, early 9th century. Central Vietnam. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MA3572) | The theme of Vishnu riding his celestial vehicle, the mythical eagle Garuda, was rarely represented in mainland Southeast Asia before the tenth century, when it became popular in Angkorian-period temple art. #LostKingdoms

Vishnu, first half of the 9th century. Central Cambodia. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MG18860) | A series of single-cell brick sanctuary temples on Phnom Kulen built during the reign of Khmer king Jayavarman II are associated with a small corpus of important sculptures, including this Vishnu. Stylistically, it marks the moment of transition from the pre-Angkorian world to the beginnings of the Angkorian period. #LostKingdoms

Vishnu, first half of the 9th century. Central Cambodia. Lent by Musée National des Arts Asiatiques–Guimet, Paris (MG18860) | A series of single-cell brick sanctuary temples on Phnom Kulen built during the reign of Khmer king Jayavarman II are associated with a small corpus of important sculptures, including this Vishnu. Stylistically, it marks the moment of transition from the pre-Angkorian world to the beginnings of the Angkorian period. #LostKingdoms

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