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A Gandharan architectural fragment

A grey schist architectural Fragment Gandhara, Century

A gray schist relief of Buddha Gandhara, 2nd/3rd Century The Buddha seated at right with his right hand in abhayamudra and the left clutching the folds of his sanghati, his face with pensive downcast eyes, the hair in wavy locks pulled over the ushnisha, with three attendant figures below a frond of leaves to his right, a column in a niche at center and three more attendant figures at far left, all dressed in flowing robes with finely carved folds 12¾ in. (32.4 cm.) wide

A gray schist relief of Buddha Gandhara, 2nd/3rd Century The Buddha seated at right with his right hand in abhayamudra and the left clutching the folds of his sanghati, his face with pensive downcast eyes, the hair in wavy locks pulled over the ushnisha, with three attendant figures below a frond of leaves to his right, a column in a niche at center and three more attendant figures at far left, all dressed in flowing robes with finely carved folds 12¾ in. (32.4 cm.) wide

Bas-relief en schiste comportant deux scènes séparées par un pilier orné de motifs végétaux. A gauche, «l'hymne du Naga Kalika et de sa femme». Bouddha réalise qu'il n'atteindra pas son but, l'illumination en pratiquant des austérités. Il décide d'adopter, comme ligne de conduite, plus traditionnelle, la contemplation. A droite du pilier, « La soumission des Kasyapas ». Bouddha présente le serpent maléfique dans un bol, qu'il tient dans sa main gauche, à un Kasyapa. L : 18 x 37 cm

Bas-relief en schiste comportant deux scènes séparées par un pilier orné de motifs végétaux. A gauche, «l'hymne du Naga Kalika et de sa femme». Bouddha réalise qu'il n'atteindra pas son but, l'illumination en pratiquant des austérités. Il décide d'adopter, comme ligne de conduite, plus traditionnelle, la contemplation. A droite du pilier, « La soumission des Kasyapas ». Bouddha présente le serpent maléfique dans un bol, qu'il tient dans sa main gauche, à un Kasyapa. L : 18 x 37 cm

Bath of the Newborn Child Gandhara Archives Kurita

ART GRECO-BOUDDHIQUE DU GANDHARA (Ier - Vème siècle ap. J.C.)  Frise représentant des disciples de Bouddha.  En schiste gris. H : 20 cm L : 18.5 cm

ART GRECO-BOUDDHIQUE DU GANDHARA (Ier - Vème siècle ap. J.C.) Frise représentant des disciples de Bouddha. En schiste gris. H : 20 cm L : 18.5 cm

Comments KURITA These pcs are from Matta, northern Swat from where many late terracotta pieces come out. Some of them are very similar to Swati Bronze Buddha, which can be dated 6-7th Century. The fact that these 2 pcs are from this area is interesting. Aparently the sculpture of these 2 pcs are late, especially the pillar. Gandhara Archives Kurita

Comments KURITA These pcs are from Matta, northern Swat from where many late terracotta pieces come out. Some of them are very similar to Swati Bronze Buddha, which can be dated 6-7th Century. The fact that these 2 pcs are from this area is interesting. Aparently the sculpture of these 2 pcs are late, especially the pillar. Gandhara Archives Kurita

Visit to the Temple

Bath of the Newborn Child Visit to the Temple Gandhara Archives Kurita

Pakistan (In the collection of Lahore Museum, photographed)  Descriptive line  Photograph depicting a relief with the figure of Buddha and a group of auditors, with an alms bowl above, Greco Buddhist (Gandhara School). India, ca. 1st to 2nd century A.D.

Pakistan (In the collection of Lahore Museum, photographed) Descriptive line Photograph depicting a relief with the figure of Buddha and a group of auditors, with an alms bowl above, Greco Buddhist (Gandhara School).

Puja to Siddhartha’s Turban (Mathura)

Puja to Siddhartha’s Turban (Mathura)

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