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Young women at the municipal casino: Lido Beach, Florida

Young women at the municipal casino: Lido Beach, Florida

Local call number: JJS0370..Title: Young women at the municipal casino: Lido Beach, Florida..Date: ca. 1945..Physical descrip: 1 transparency - col. - 5 x 4 in...Series Title: Joseph Janney Steinmetz Collection... More

[Statue of Liberty and Rising Moon During Blackout]

[Statue of Liberty and Rising Moon During Blackout]

Title: [Statue of Liberty and Rising Moon During Blackout]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photogr... More

[Statue of Liberty at Night]

[Statue of Liberty at Night]

Title: [Statue of Liberty at Night]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Descrip... More

[Statue of Liberty at Dusk]

[Statue of Liberty at Dusk]

Title: [Statue of Liberty at Dusk]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Descript... More

[Statue of Liberty with Lower Manhattan in Background]

[Statue of Liberty with Lower Manhattan in Background]

Title: [Statue of Liberty with Lower Manhattan in Background] ..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie pho... More

[Statue of Liberty and Lighted Brooklyn Bridge]

[Statue of Liberty and Lighted Brooklyn Bridge]

Title: [Statue of Liberty and Lighted Brooklyn Bridge]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph ... More

[Statue of Liberty and Rising Moon During Blackout]

[Statue of Liberty and Rising Moon During Blackout]

Title: [Statue of Liberty and Rising Moon During Blackout]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photogr... More

[Statue of Liberty at Twilight]

[Statue of Liberty at Twilight]

Title: [Statue of Liberty at Twilight]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Desc... More

[Statue of Liberty at Dusk]

[Statue of Liberty at Dusk]

Title: [Statue of Liberty at Dusk]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Descript... More

[Fountain, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

[Fountain, Theodore Newton Law Residence]

Title: [Fountain, Theodore Newton Law Residence]..Creator: Richie, Robert Yarnall, 1908-1984..Date: October 30, 1965..Place: Houston, Texas..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Physical Descri... More

[Statue of Liberty at Sunset]

[Statue of Liberty at Sunset]

Title: [Statue of Liberty at Sunset]..Creator: Robert Yarnall Richie, 1908-1984..Date: November 9, 1965..Place: New York Harbor, Manhattan, New York..Part Of: Robert Yarnall Richie photograph collection..Descri... More

Sculptuur van een stier, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum
Fragment of a Male Figurine, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fragment of a Male Figurine, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Used as a grave offering, this figurine was not actually naked. It was originally a standing figure, but its arms and lower body have been lost, along with the actual clothes on the sculpture. Attention was lav... More

Vis van lichtgroene en lichtbruine jade, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum
Jade Decoratief object, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Jade Decoratief object, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Ornament in crème-kleurige jade; vermoedelijk staartfragment vaneen fabeldier.

Jade Decoratief object, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Jade Decoratief object, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Ornament in lichtbruine jade; gebogen vorm, uiteinden: fabeldierkop en scherpe punt. Fijne versieringen.

Graffiguur: dienares, Chinese Ceramics, Rijksmuseum.
Vogel, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum
Beeld van staande Boeddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum
Female nature spirit, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Female nature spirit, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

A female nature spirit (yakshi) stands beneath a tree. On her left shoulder she is carrying a basket with toilet articles. The fabric of her clothing is diaphanous, so that it clearly reveals the luscious curve... More

Gezicht van zandsteen, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Gezicht van zandsteen, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Voorste gedeelte van een hoofd in rood en geel gestippeld zandsteen.

Fragment of a doorpost, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fragment of a doorpost, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

This stone is carved with two scenes from the life of the Buddha, when he was still a prince. On the front, he is sending his carriage driver and horse back to the family palace from which he has just fled. He ... More

The bodhisattva Maitreya sculpture, Asia

The bodhisattva Maitreya sculpture, Asia

Maitreya, the Buddha of the future, is making the abhaya mudra, or ‘fear not’ gesture. His webbed fingers are a sign of his divine nature. This figure shows that Buddhist art in Gandhara, which was in contact v... More

Fragment of a doorpost, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fragment of a doorpost, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Episode uit het leven van Boeddha; hoort bij AK-MAK-1186. Uitgevoerd in zandsteen (rood met gele vlekken).

Tomb figure of a standing person

Tomb figure of a standing person

Graffiguur van aardewerk met resten van beschildering in rood, wit en zwart. De staande figuur heeft een plat kapsel; de linkerhand uitgestrekt met de palm naar boven en de rechterhand ter hoogte van de borst t... More

Graffiguur sculpture, Asia

Graffiguur sculpture, Asia

Gezadeld paard, beschilderd in kleuren.

Head of the Buddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Head of the Buddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The protuberance or topknot on the head (ushnisha) and the raised spot on the forehead (urna) are standard features of the Buddha. The wavy hair combed back from the face is characteristic of Buddha figures fro... More

Kameel met zadeltassen, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Kameel met zadeltassen, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Figuur van een kameel met zadeltassen.

The bodhisattva Maitreya, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The bodhisattva Maitreya, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Maitreya, the Buddha of the Future, will appear during the following world cycle and rule an earthly paradise as successor to the Buddha. At present he is still in his heaven, awaiting his descent to earth. Thi... More

Beeld van een leeuw, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Beeld van een leeuw, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fantasievorm van zittend leeuw. Dvaravatistijl.

Boddhisattva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Boddhisattva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

This earthenware figure may have been based on a bronze model. The relief dates from the earliest period of Buddhist sculpture in China. Buddhism entered China from India around 150 AD. Indian influence is stil... More

The bodhisattva Maitreya sculpture, Asia

The bodhisattva Maitreya sculpture, Asia

Sculptures from the early 6th century are characterized by narrow waists, flat, stylized drapery folds, and angular faces, hands and feet. Later, in the brief Sui dynasty period, figures become detached from th... More

Two Statuettes of Guanyin

Two Statuettes of Guanyin

In the course of Buddhism’s gradual dissemination throughout Asia, the iconography of its idols evolved under regional influences. For instance, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara from India is known as Guanyin in... More

Buddha Head, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Buddha Head, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The word buddha means ‘the enlightened one’ in Sanskrit. This head was originally part of a complete body. The marble is smooth and delicately carved, the facial features in particular are elegantly executed. W... More

Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Two Statuettes of Guanyin. In the course of Buddhism’s gradual dissemination throughout Asia, the iconography of its idols evolved under regional influences. For instance, the bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara from I... More

Figure of Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Figure of Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Three Guanyin Figures. During the Tang dynasty, Guanyin was the most frequently represented of all the deities. In this period artists began to vary their portrayals of this divinity. Small sculptures such as t... More

Avalokiteshvara sculpture, Asia

Avalokiteshvara sculpture, Asia

Beeldje van Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, diadeem en hoofdtooi met daarin mogelijk een boeddha-figuurtje. Oorsierraad, halsketting en sieraden om bovenarmen.

Standing Buddha, bronze sculpture, Asia

Standing Buddha, bronze sculpture, Asia

This kind of Buddha figurine is based on Indian models and was widely distributed in Southeast Asia, from Thailand to Indonesia. With his right hand, the Buddha is making the vitarka mudra, the gesture of teach... More

Visjnoe sculpture, Asia

Visjnoe sculpture, Asia

Visjnoe, brons. Eén voet ontbreekt.

Figure of Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Figure of Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Three Guanyin Figures. During the Tang dynasty, Guanyin was the most frequently represented of all the deities. In this period artists began to vary their portrayals of this divinity. Small sculptures such as t... More

Avalokiteshvara - Dutch East Indies

Avalokiteshvara - Dutch East Indies

Three Buddhist Statuettes. Although these three statuettes were found together in Sulawesi, they differ greatly in style. This makes it clear that in Indonesia images coming from many different regions were use... More

Three Buddhist Statuettes - Dutch East Indies

Three Buddhist Statuettes - Dutch East Indies

Although these three statuettes were found together in Sulawesi, they differ greatly in style. This makes it clear that in Indonesia images coming from many different regions were used. The style of the Buddha ... More

Figure of Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Figure of Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Three Guanyin Figures. During the Tang dynasty, Guanyin was the most frequently represented of all the deities. In this period artists began to vary their portrayals of this divinity. Small sculptures such as t... More

Three Buddhist Statuettes - Dutch East Indies

Three Buddhist Statuettes - Dutch East Indies

Although these three statuettes were found together in Sulawesi, they differ greatly in style. This makes it clear that in Indonesia images coming from many different regions were used. The style of the Buddha ... More

Shiva sculpture, Asia

Shiva sculpture, Asia

Sculptuur voorstellend Siva.

Ganesha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Ganesha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Ganesha, with the head of an elephant, is the son of the Hindu deity Shiva. He holds prayer beads in his right upper hand, while his trunk bends downwards to grasp some treats from a small bowl. The axe in his ... More

Windstreekhoeder sculpture, Asia

Windstreekhoeder sculpture, Asia

Eén van de wachters van de vier windstreken.

Kop van een Bodhisattva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum
Beeldengroep, bronze sculpture, Asia

Beeldengroep, bronze sculpture, Asia

Voetstuk bij de zeven Boeddha's van het Verleden, rustend op de uiteinden van gestileerde ranken. Mogelijk is dit een vervalsing

A bodhisattva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

A bodhisattva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

During the Tang dynasty the route to India attracted many travellers, including Chinese Buddhist monks on pilgrimages to the region where the Buddha had once preached. Near this route were the caves of Mount Ti... More

Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Guanyin sculpture, Asia

Guanyin is often represented together with the buddha Amitabha and the bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta. This work is a fragment of such a triad. In it Guanyin stood to the left of Amitabha, the buddha of infinite ... More

Sokkel van Windstreekhoeder, bronze

Sokkel van Windstreekhoeder, bronze

Originele sokkel van eén van de wachters van de vier windstreken.

Figure of a heavenly king

Figure of a heavenly king

There are Four Heavenly Kings, each of whom watches over one of the cardinal directions of the world. They are muscled, grim-looking figures who protect the Buddhist faith against threats from every direction.

Beeldengroep, bronze sculpture, Asia

Beeldengroep, bronze sculpture, Asia

De zeven Boeddha's van het Verleden, rustend op de uiteinden van gestileerde ranken.

Tomb figures of horses and camels

Tomb figures of horses and camels

These figures were once painted and equipped with reins and bridles of wood and fabric or leather. They were placed in tombs, to accompany the deceased in the afterlife. From the riders’ headgear and faces, it ... More

Tomb figures of horses and camels

Tomb figures of horses and camels

These figures were once painted and equipped with reins and bridles of wood and fabric or leather. They were placed in tombs, to accompany the deceased in the afterlife. From the riders’ headgear and faces, it ... More

Tomb figures of horses and camels

Tomb figures of horses and camels

These figures were once painted and equipped with reins and bridles of wood and fabric or leather. They were placed in tombs, to accompany the deceased in the afterlife. From the riders’ headgear and faces, it ... More

Tomb figures of horses and camels

Tomb figures of horses and camels

These figures were once painted and equipped with reins and bridles of wood and fabric or leather. They were placed in tombs, to accompany the deceased in the afterlife. From the riders’ headgear and faces, it ... More

Miniatuurstupa, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Miniatuurstupa, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Miniatuurstupa, onderste gedeelte ruw gevormd, taps toelopend naar beneden, bovenste helft is de eigenlijke stupa.

Boeddha Shakyamuni, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Boeddha Shakyamuni, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Kop van Boeddha Shakyamuni van grijze kalksteen; neus ontbreekt.

Tijger, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Tijger, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Tijger gemodelleerd in leem op een houten voetstuk.

Buddha | The Bodhisattva Maitreya

Buddha | The Bodhisattva Maitreya

The aureole of flames around the body and head of the Buddha ends in a point. This is typical of Kashmiri sculpture from this period. His right hand makes the gesture of reassurance (abhaya mudra). In his left ... More

Staande Boeddha sculpture, Asia

Staande Boeddha sculpture, Asia

Beeldje van staande Boeddha, onderarmen opgeheven tot heuphoogte, vingers van rechterhand zijn afgebroken, kleed nauw aansluitend op het lichaam, zonder plooien. (Divine Bronze, nr. 4)

Vishnu sculpture, Asia

Vishnu sculpture, Asia

This statuette of the Hindu god Vishnu has undergone some modifications in the course of time. The deity holds a discus (cakra) in his raised right hand, while his lowered left hand probably rested on a club (g... More

Standing Buddha sculpture, Asia

Standing Buddha sculpture, Asia

Although this figure was found on Java, it was most likely made elsewhere and exported to Indonesia. The drapery folds of the monk’s robe are characteristic of Buddha figures from India or Sri Lanka. The protub... More

Fragment van een Boeddha-beeld, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fragment van een Boeddha-beeld, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fragment van een Boeddha-kop van zwarte kalksteen; slechts de rechtergezichtshelft is behouden.

Three-headed Vishnu, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Three-headed Vishnu, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Vishnu is represented here with two extra heads, that of a lion and that of a boar. Originally he also had four arms. This manifestation of the Hindu god was especially popular in Kashmir between the 8th and 10... More

Manjushri sculpture, Asia

Manjushri sculpture, Asia

The bodhisattva Manjushri is here identified by the water flower (utpala) in his left hand, which supports a book or Buddhist text. The relaxed, elegant posture and the circular flaming disk behind him are both... More

Head of a Buddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Head of a Buddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

This head probably comes from one of the 504 Buddha statues placed on and around the great Buddhist monument of Borobudur. All these figures represent the Buddha seated, with his eyes cast down. The raised spot... More

Demonic figure, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Demonic figure, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

This small figure is represented in an active pose, with his right knee drawn up and right arm flung across his body. The moustache and broad dagger on his back are features of Mahakala, Shiva’s doorkeeper, but... More

Beeldfragment: hoofd, armen en voeten ontbreken., sculpture collection Rijksmuseum
The Buddha between two bodhisattvas

The Buddha between two bodhisattvas

Seated on the right side of the Buddha is Avalokiteshvara; the figure on his left is probably Vajrapani. The Buddha is making the gesture of teaching. Although he is dressed in a simple monk’s robe, he is clear... More

Nandishvara, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Nandishvara, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Nandishvara is one of the two guards at the entrance to temples of the Hindu god Shiva. He has the appearance of an elegant young man and stands on Shiva’s right side. In one hand he holds a circle of prayer be... More

Chunda sculpture, Asia

Chunda sculpture, Asia

The Buddhist devotees of ancient Java also worshipped a number of female deities. Chunda, the goddess of eternal wisdom, is one of the best known. But there were many others, some of them directly associated wi... More

Mahakala, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Mahakala, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The second guard at a Shiva temple is Mahakala, who stands on Shiva’s left side. His demonic characteristics – wild hair, bulging eyes and open mouth, a fat body and curled-up toes – make him the opposite of th... More

Brahma, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Brahma, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The Hindu deity Brahma is easy to recognize by his four faces, each directed toward one of the four cardinal directions. He is revered as the creator of the universe and is often part of the group of supreme de... More

Two Ornaments of a Bird and a Mythical Creature

Two Ornaments of a Bird and a Mythical Creature

Many decorative fragments were once the ornamental finials of vessels and lamps. They depict mythical creatures or legends in a variety of forms. The beast combines the bust of a lion and the tail of a bird wit... More

Male deity, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Male deity, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

This figure comes from one of the shrines at Candi Loro Jonggrang, the largest Hindu temple complex in Central Java. The three most important temples in the complex are dedicated to the gods Shiva, Vishnu and B... More

Boeddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Boeddha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Boeddha gezeten op lotuskussen in wajrasana, uitgevoerd in zwart-grijze kalksteen. Op sokkel.

Finial of a monk’s staff and a bell

Finial of a monk’s staff and a bell

Sound is crucial to Buddhist ritual. It helps to attract the audience’s attention, concentrate the mind and purify the space. This finial once adorned a monk’s staff. The jangling of the rings signaled his pres... More

Buddha | The Bodhisattva Maitreya, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Buddha | The Bodhisattva Maitreya, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The aureole of flames around the body and head of the Buddha ends in a point. This is typical of Kashmiri sculpture from this period. His right hand makes the gesture of reassurance (abhaya mudra). In his left ... More

The bodhisattva Manjushri, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The bodhisattva Manjushri, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Manjushri was venerated in China as one of the first advocates of Buddhism. On Java, he was represented as a young man with bejewelled straps across his chest. This figure’s missing hands may once have made the... More

Religious teacher, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Religious teacher, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

A guru or religious teacher serves a god by spreading his doctrine among the people. This particular guru is a servant of Shiva, as is clear from the trident (Shiva’s weapon). He is carrying a string of prayer ... More

Fragment beeldhouwwerk, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Fragment beeldhouwwerk, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Onderdeel van een architectonische versiering; Hindoeïstische voorstelling van een vorstelijk paar en een godin in een tempel.

Two Bodhisattvas, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Two Bodhisattvas, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

In Buddhism, a bodhisattva is a person who can reach the state of enlightenment, but chooses to stay on earth to help others in their pursuit of this spiritual knowledge. The crown of the bodhisattva from China... More

Shiva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Shiva, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

The Hindu deity Shiva holds a jar of sacred water in his lower left hand and prayer beads in his upper right hand. We know from the smaller silver statuette nearby that in his two other hands he probably held a... More

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Shiva was the most important Hindu deity of ancient Java. Great temples were dedicated to him and images of him were made in stone, bronze, and precious metal. This pair of silver statuettes shows him together ... More

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Shiva was the most important Hindu deity of ancient Java. Great temples were dedicated to him and images of him were made in stone, bronze, and precious metal. This pair of silver statuettes shows him together ... More

Two Statuettes of Padmapani

Two Statuettes of Padmapani

Padmapani is one of the most important deities of the Buddhist heaven. His attribute is the lotus, a sacred flower in Buddhism, as the Sanskrit name Padmapani means ‘the lotus holder.’ These two figures hold th... More

Two Statuettes of Padmapani

Two Statuettes of Padmapani

Padmapani is one of the most important deities of the Buddhist heaven. His attribute is the lotus, a sacred flower in Buddhism, as the Sanskrit name Padmapani means ‘the lotus holder.’ These two figures hold th... More

Kuvera of Jambhala sculpture, Asia

Kuvera of Jambhala sculpture, Asia

Sculptuur voorstellend Kuvera of Jambahla.

Shiva sculpture, Asia

Shiva sculpture, Asia

Hindu religion and mythology feature elements of the animal world. The Hindu god Shiva is often depicted riding on a bull, but is here shown supported by a seated figure with a bull’s head. Animal strength is a... More

Lokeshvara and Kuvera (Jambhala)

Lokeshvara and Kuvera (Jambhala)

Small bronze statuettes were used in ancient Java for private devotion. Buddhists revered the eight-armed bodhisattva Lokeshvara for his infinite compassion and help in time of need. The lord of wealth was vene... More

Brahma and Shiva sculpture, Asia

Brahma and Shiva sculpture, Asia

The Hindu god Brahma, creator of the physical world, can be easily identified by his four faces, which survey the four cardinal directions. He was considered a secondary deity and very few temples are dedicated... More

Padmapani sculpture, Asia

Padmapani sculpture, Asia

Sculptuur voorstellend Padmapani.

Kuvera (Jambhala), bronze sculpture, Asia

Kuvera (Jambhala), bronze sculpture, Asia

The god of prosperity was worshipped by Hindus (who called him Kuvera) and Buddhists (under the name Jambhala). During recent research a gold coin and gold and silver foil were discovered in the base of the sta... More

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha

Shiva, Parvati, and Ganesha

Shiva was the most important Hindu deity of ancient Java. Great temples were dedicated to him and images of him were made in stone, bronze, and precious metal. This pair of silver statuettes shows him together ... More

Guanyin, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Guanyin, sculpture collection Rijksmuseum

Guanyin stands on a lotus base, his left hand raised in the gesture of reassurance, and holds a vase in his right hand. He is here depicted as a male divinity. After the Tang dynasty (618-907) artists began por... More

Brahma and Shiva sculpture, Asia

Brahma and Shiva sculpture, Asia

The Hindu god Brahma, creator of the physical world, can be easily identified by his four faces, which survey the four cardinal directions. He was considered a secondary deity and very few temples are dedicated... More

Vajrasattva | Vairocana sculpture, Asia

Vajrasattva | Vairocana sculpture, Asia

Vairocana, een in rijk ornaat getooide figuur gezeten op een dubbel lotuskussen rustend op bronzen voetstuk. De handhouding is de bodhyagri-mudra van de wijsheidsvuist.

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