head of Guanyin, bodhisattva of compassion. Ming dynasty (1368-1644)

head of Guanyin, bodhisattva of compassion. Ming dynasty (1368-1644)

Guanyin. Sung Dynasty, China. Wood, gesso, mineral pigments, and gold. The last great moment in Chinese Buddhist wooden sculpture occurred in the late Sung period, in the 12th and 13th centuries. © Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Guanyin. Sung Dynasty, China. Wood, gesso, mineral pigments, and gold. The last great moment in Chinese Buddhist wooden sculpture occurred in the late Sung period, in the 12th and 13th centuries. © Minneapolis Institute of Arts

I'm really quite normal, really! by dogzillalives.deviantart.com on @deviantART

I'm really quite normal, really! by dogzillalives.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Guanyin of the Southern Sea, Chinese, century, Liao or Jin Dynasty Wood with polychrome, 95 x 65 inches. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

Guanyin of the Southern Sea, Chinese, century, Liao or Jin Dynasty Wood with polychrome, 95 x 65 inches. Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri

National Treasure of Japan, Tobatsu Bishamonten statue, property of To-ji Temple, Kyoto 国宝 兜跋毘沙門天(東寺)

National Treasure of Japan, Tobatsu Bishamonten statue, property of To-ji Temple, Kyoto 国宝 兜跋毘沙門天(東寺)

木造聖観音菩薩立像(興福寺)Avalokiteśvara [ Kōfuku-ji ] 1250

木造聖観音菩薩立像(興福寺)Avalokiteśvara [ Kōfuku-ji ] 1250

734 Inui Chakukabuto with Lion Crown, eyes almost closed. Buddhist protector. Japan 国宝 乾闥婆像 734年 撮影:金井杜道 (c)興福寺

734 Inui Chakukabuto with Lion Crown, eyes almost closed. Buddhist protector. Japan 国宝 乾闥婆像 734年 撮影:金井杜道 (c)興福寺

#Buddhist Art | Virūpākṣa is one of the Four Heavenly Kings representing the cardinal direction of the west in Buddhist cosmology. Japon

#Buddhist Art | Virūpākṣa is one of the Four Heavenly Kings representing the cardinal direction of the west in Buddhist cosmology. Japon

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Chinese Lion Scratching Its Chin, Attributed to Kaigyokusai (Masatsugu) (Japan, 1813-1892) - Japan, mid- to late 19th century | LACMA Collections

Chinese Lion Scratching Its Chin, Attributed to Kaigyokusai (Masatsugu) (Japan, 1813-1892) - Japan, mid- to late 19th century | LACMA Collections

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