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This fine stucco piece, with its serene expression and youthful Hellenic features depicts the head of a Buddha.   The ushnisha, or cranial bump on top of the he

A large Gandhara Stucco Head of the Buddha, ca. 3rd century AD

This fine stucco piece, with its serene expression and youthful Hellenic features depicts the head of a Buddha. The ushnisha, or cranial bump on top of the he

A highly important and rare silver-inlaid bronze figure of the youthful Buddha, Gandhara or Kashmir, circa 7th century

A highly important and rare silver-inlaid bronze figure of the youthful Buddha, Gandhara or Kashmir, circa century

A grey schist stone head of a young man, 3rd century AD, Gandhara

A grey schist stone head of a young man century AD, Gandhara Height

A grey schist stone head of a young man  3rd century AD, Gandhara  Height 20.5 cm, 8.1 inches  The sculpture depicts an idealised youth probably Siddhartha with Greco features of almond shaped eyes, aquiline nose and sensuous closed mouth. His head is exotically swathed in a turban which leaves the top of the head exposed to reveal rivulets of hair that appear again below the turban in cascading curls, leaving the pendant ears exposed from which hang circular earrings

A grey schist stone head of a young man 3rd century AD, Gandhara Height 20.5 cm, 8.1 inches The sculpture depicts an idealised youth probably Siddhartha with Greco features of almond shaped eyes, aquiline nose and sensuous closed mouth. His head is exotically swathed in a turban which leaves the top of the head exposed to reveal rivulets of hair that appear again below the turban in cascading curls, leaving the pendant ears exposed from which hang circular earrings

Here, the god of war is in his youthful manifestation, with a dagger secured at his waist. He holds a javelin and rooster, the latter associated with speed and aggression. The tail feathers of his peacock are visible behind his feet. Karttikeya, the God of War  Date:6th–7th century Culture:Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium:Stone Dimensions:H. 6 3/16 in. (15.7 cm) Classification:Sculpture

Karttikeya, the God of War Date: century Culture: Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium: Stone

So many interesting and beautiful places in the World. I believe that this is Bamyan a valley in the centre of Afghanistan with two giant Buddhas carved out of sandstone cliffs, If so this photo was taken before the Taliban blew up the statues.

shitfuckcockballs: Buddha Sculpture Bamiyan Valley Afghanistan 1992 Photography: Steve McCurry Destroyed by the Taliban 2001

Gandharan Stucco Head of the Buddha. Circa 4th Century AD - 5th Century AD, Afghanistan. Greek influence began permeating into Gandhara. Soon sculptors based the images of the Buddha on Greco-Roman models, depicting Him as a stocky and youthful Apollo, complete with stretched earlobes and loose monastic robes similar to a Roman toga. This and more important art for sale on the CuratorsEye.com.

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