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Standing Buddha, Northern Qi 550-577. Limestone, 150 x 45 x 25 cm. Qingzhou Municipal Museum, Shandong Province. Photo © The State Administration of Cultural Heritage, People's Republic of China

Head of a Buddha Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550–577)

Bodhisattva made of sandstone with pigment, probably Avalokiteshvara (Guanyin), ca. 550-560 AD, Northern Qi dynasty (550-577).

Head of an Attendant Bodhisattva Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550–577) ca. 565–75 China

Head of an Attendant Bodhisattva Northern Qi dynasty ca. 565–75 China Limestone with pigment

Standing Avalokiteshvara, the Bodhisattva of Infinite Compassion. Nepal (Kathmandu Valley), first half of the 10th century. Gilt-copper alloy, h. cm. 30 cm. New York, The Metropolitan Museum.

Standing Buddha, Pagan period, 12th–13th century Burma Bronze with silver inlay; H. 19 7/8 in. (50.5 cm)

Painted and gilded Buddha at the Dafo Temple in Zhending, Hebei province, China.

Standing Buddha with radiate combined halo, ca. late 6th century

Buddhist statue of a nahan. Stoneware with iron-brown decoration under celadon glaze. Dimensions: H: 17.8 cm; W: 8.6 cm; D: 7 cm. Credit Line: Gift of Edna Bahr, 1962 Accession Number: 62.97.9, The Metropolitan Museum of Art.