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Kneeling Winged Monster
Kneeling Winged Monster
The Cleveland Museum of Art
This kneeling monster from the cave-temple complex at Xiangtangshan was originally placed below some wall niches on the perimeter.
Shakyamuni as an Ascetic
Shakyamuni as an Ascetic
The Cleveland Museum of Art
This statue is of monumental scale and exceptionally fine workmanship.
Section of a Dharani Pillar
Section of a Dharani Pillar
The Cleveland Museum of Art
This octagonal stone pillar, with Buddhist figures carved on its eight sides, is part of a dharani pillar commissioned by Buddhist believers to pay tr
Head of Buddha
Head of Buddha
The Cleveland Museum of Art
At the Xiangtangshan Buddhist sites in Hebei province, cave-temple construction and image-making were supported by the Northern Qi imperial court and
Stele with Maitreya and Attendants
Stele with Maitreya and Attendants
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Buddhist statue steles (zaoxiang bei) were commissioned and donated to be set in temples.
Bodhisattva
Bodhisattva
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The bodhisattva is an enlightened being dedicated to the spiritual awakening of all beings.
Woman Holding Plum Blossoms
Woman Holding Plum Blossoms
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Tang figurines placed in the tombs give a vivid picture of everyday life.
Stele with Shakyamuni and Maitreya
Stele with Shakyamuni and Maitreya
Cleveland Museum of Art
In this stele, Shakyamuni (the historical Buddha) bears a benign smile in the hand gestures of fearlessness and gift giving.
Standing Disciple Mahakasyapa Holding a Cylindrical Reliquary
Standing Disciple Mahakasyapa Holding a Cylindrical Reliquary
Cleveland Museum of Art
Mahakasyapa, the disciple of Shakyamuni, is presented with closed eyes in an expression of meditative concentration.
Mat Weight in the Form of a Bear
Mat Weight in the Form of a Bear
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The bear imagery was particularly popular during the Han dynasty and was a metaphor of heroic power.
Bodhisattva Guanyin
Bodhisattva Guanyin
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The artistic excellence of this bodhisattva is further reinforced by comparable outstanding Chinese Buddhist sculptures excavated at Qingzhou in Shand
Bodhisattva
Bodhisattva
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The bodhisattva, an enlightened being dedicated to the spiritual awakening of all beings, is shown sitting in a relaxed pose, the eyes half-closed in
Eleven-Headed Guanyin
Eleven-Headed Guanyin
Cleveland Museum of Art
Guanyin, the bodhisattva of infinite compassion, can be identified by his attributes, carrying a tiny Amida Buddha in his crown, and holding a bottle
Mi-lê:  Maitreya Buddha
Mi-lê: Maitreya Buddha
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Caparisoned Elephant
Caparisoned Elephant
Cleveland Museum of Art
The six-tusked elephant holds the throne of Puxian (Samantabhadra), the Bodhisattva of Universal Virtue, who often appears with Wenshu (Manjusri), the
Horse
Horse
The Cleveland Museum of Art
This ceramic horse was part of a set of figures depicting a procession, all of which was included in the tomb of a person of high rank.
Polo Player
Polo Player
The Cleveland Museum of Art
An exercise for military troops, polo was also fashionable among men and women of Tang China, and this polo player is actually a woman dressed in a ma
Ascetic Holding a Skull
Ascetic Holding a Skull
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The figure holding the skull has been identified as Mrgasirsa, who sought Buddha’s teaching on how to
Dog
Dog
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Modeled with a lively naturalism and light humor, the dog and the bear in this case reflect the worldly tastes of Han China.
Bodhisattva Guanyin
Bodhisattva Guanyin
The Cleveland Museum of Art
In Buddhism, a bodhisattva is a being who, just before reaching enlightenment, turns back to assist others to reach enlightenment first.
The New-born Buddha
The New-born Buddha
The Cleveland Museum of Art
This image of the newborn Buddha is rare and unusual.
Seated Guanyin
Seated Guanyin
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The South Sea Guanyin was originally seated on a rocky throne to represent the shore of his home in the mythical island of Potala.
Water and Moon (Potala) Guanyin
Water and Moon (Potala) Guanyin
The Cleveland Museum of Art
The Water and Moon Guanyin is seated in the posture called "royal ease." His right leg is drawn up with folded knee; the left leg flexed.
Guardian Lion
Guardian Lion
The Cleveland Museum of Art
Lion sculptures like this example are often found at the entrance to Buddhist temples in China.

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