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Afghanistan, Kapisa, Paitava monastery  Kapisa school, 3rd-4th century  Schist with traces of gilding  H: 81 cm  Hackin mission  MG 17478

Afghanistan, Kapisa, Paitava monastery Kapisa school, 3rd-4th century Schist with traces of gilding H: 81 cm Hackin mission MG 17478

Gandhara, Hadda style, 4-5th century, NW Pakistan or Afghanistan.  A grey schist relief with a bust of the Buddha standing beneath a Bodhi tree with his right hand raised in abhayamudra (the gesture of dispelling fear)

Gandhara, Hadda style, 4-5th century, NW Pakistan or Afghanistan. A grey schist relief with a bust of the Buddha standing beneath a Bodhi tree with his right hand raised in abhayamudra (the gesture of dispelling fear)

Gandhara Schist Sculpture of the Buddha  Origin: Afghanistan/Pakistan Circa: 2 nd Century AD to 4 th Century AD

Gandhara Schist Sculpture of the Buddha Origin: Afghanistan/Pakistan Circa: 2 nd Century AD to 4 th Century AD

A GREY SCHIST STATUE OF BUDDHA GANDHARA, 2ND/4TH CENTURY

A GREY SCHIST STATUE OF BUDDHA GANDHARA, 2ND/4TH CENTURY

The Great Miracle at Shravasti.(1st century-320). Pakistan, Gandhara.After the Buddha reached enlightenment, he spent the remainder of his life traveling around northeastern India, giving teachings and performing miracles in order to convert followers and establish the Buddhist community. One of his most famous miracles is when he levitated and caused fire to leap from his shoulders and water to flow from his feet. The figures of two monks kneel in worship.

The Great Miracle at Shravasti.(1st century-320). Pakistan, Gandhara.After the Buddha reached enlightenment, he spent the remainder of his life traveling around northeastern India, giving teachings and performing miracles in order to convert followers and establish the Buddhist community. One of his most famous miracles is when he levitated and caused fire to leap from his shoulders and water to flow from his feet. The figures of two monks kneel in worship.

A WELL-CARVED GREY SCHIST HEAD OF BUDDHA, GANDHARA, 2ND/3RD CENTURY AD

A WELL-CARVED GREY SCHIST HEAD OF BUDDHA, GANDHARA, 2ND/3RD CENTURY AD

Same as before, private collection, photo by Christie's.

Same as before, private collection, photo by Christie's.

A Gray Schist Figure of Buddha;  Gandhara, circa 4th Century;  Seated in dhyanasana with his arms crossed before his chest in the gesture of teaching, dharma-chakra mudra, wearing long flowing robes draped across his left shoulder, his face with a meditative expression and wavy hair rising to a domed top-knot and backed by a nimbus.

A Gray Schist Figure of Buddha; Gandhara, circa 4th Century; Seated in dhyanasana with his arms crossed before his chest in the gesture of teaching, dharma-chakra mudra, wearing long flowing robes draped across his left shoulder, his face with a meditative expression and wavy hair rising to a domed top-knot and backed by a nimbus.

Seated Buddha, c. 300s Afghanistan, Gandhara, Hadda, late Kushan Period (1st century-320) stucco,

Seated Buddha, c. 300s Afghanistan, Gandhara, Hadda, late Kushan Period (1st century-320) stucco,

Bodhisattva Maitreya, 2nd-3rd century, Pakistan: Ancient Gandhara, schist.  Maitreya is a bodhisattva who is regarded as a future Buddha and successor to the historic Sakyamuni Buddha. Maitreya is typically depicted as seated, but Gandhara was widely known for production of standing Buddhist sculptures during this period.  Made in Gandhara, in what is now Pakistan and Afghanistan, this sculpture reflects the international style that was present in this ancient kingdom. Gandhara was located…

Bodhisattva Maitreya, 2nd-3rd century, Pakistan: Ancient Gandhara, schist. Maitreya is a bodhisattva who is regarded as a future Buddha and successor to the historic Sakyamuni Buddha. Maitreya is typically depicted as seated, but Gandhara was widely known for production of standing Buddhist sculptures during this period. Made in Gandhara, in what is now Pakistan and Afghanistan, this sculpture reflects the international style that was present in this ancient kingdom. Gandhara was located…

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