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THREE GRAY SCHIST PANELS DEPICTING SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF BUDDHA ANCIENT REGION OF GANDHARA, KUSHAN PERIOD, 2ND/3RD CENTURY the fine panels carved with three scenes from the life of Buddha: the birth of Siddhartha by Queen Maya ; the Great Renunciation depicting Siddhartha on his steed Kanthaka, the hooves of the horse held aloft by divine beings; anand the lustration of the Buddha's empty throne, surrounded by disciples and attendants. Height of largest 7 in., 17.8 cm

THREE GRAY SCHIST PANELS DEPICTING SCENES FROM THE LIFE OF BUDDHA ANCIENT REGION OF GANDHARA, KUSHAN PERIOD, 2ND/3RD CENTURY the fine panels carved with three scenes from the life of Buddha: the birth of Siddhartha by Queen Maya ; the Great Renunciation depicting Siddhartha on his steed Kanthaka, the hooves of the horse held aloft by divine beings; anand the lustration of the Buddha's empty throne, surrounded by disciples and attendants. Height of largest 7 in., 17.8 cm

Fashion illustration - watercolour fashion sketch of a look by Ginger  Smart for Vogue Australia // Maya Beus

Fashion illustration - watercolour fashion sketch of a look by Ginger Smart for Vogue Australia // Maya Beus

•°•✧the person who broke you can't put you back together✧•°• {↠mxsicandbands↞}

♦ Professional quality art print ♦ 5 x inches ♦ Hand signed on back ,digital signature will be removed before printing.

After seeing Johannes Helgesons amazing concept art I was inspired to make Einar in 3d.  https://www.artstation.com/artwork/1wq62 Modeled with zBrush and Maya, materials in Substance Painter, and rendered with Marmoset

After seeing Johannes Helgesons amazing concept art I was inspired to make Einar…

Steven Crewniverse Behind-The-Scenes Universe: A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven...

A selection of Backgrounds from the Steven Universe episode: “Steven’s Lion” Art Direction: Kevin Dart, Elle Michalka Design: Emily Walus, Steven Sugar, Sam Bosma Paint: Amanda Winterstein, Jasmin Lai

Marriage of Shiddhartha and Yasodhara life in Palace Gandhara Archives Kurita

Marriage of Shiddhartha and Yasodhara life in Palace Gandhara Archives Kurita

Offering of a Handful of Dust Gandhara Archives Kurita

Offering of a Handful of Dust Gandhara Archives Kurita

Shiddhartha Fasting Gandhara Archives Kurita

Shiddhartha Fasting Gandhara Archives Kurita

Gandharan Archives Kurita: Visit of the Sixteen Ascetics 7

Visit of the Sixteen Ascetics Gandhara Archives Kurita

https://flic.kr/p/Cgusxh | Gandhara schist relief depicting musicians, with a Corinthian column | Probably a stair-riser from a stupa  Schist. From the area of modern Pakistan, Buner district Early Kushan period, 1st c. CE Gandhara style/art: Met; en.wikipedia; Britannica. More info.  Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA: 1930.328.1 Dudley P. Allen Fund

https://flic.kr/p/Cgusxh | Gandhara schist relief depicting musicians, with a Corinthian column | Probably a stair-riser from a stupa Schist. From the area of modern Pakistan, Buner district Early Kushan period, 1st c. CE Gandhara style/art: Met; en.wikipedia; Britannica. More info. Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, USA: 1930.328.1 Dudley P. Allen Fund

Professor Monika Zin published the new interpretation of this scene, named “The stone of the Mallas or The rock on The Road to Kusinagara” (on the way to Kusinagara, the Buddha meets the young strong Mallas who try to move big stone but not successful. Then the Buddha moves the stone easily by hand …… shows his power .....). Professor NAKAO ODANI also published in Japanese the same interpretation. Often this scene is followed by the death of the Buddha. Archives Kurita

Professor Monika Zin published the new interpretation of this scene, named “The stone of the Mallas or The rock on The Road to Kusinagara” (on the way to Kusinagara, the Buddha meets the young strong Mallas who try to move big stone but not successful. Then the Buddha moves the stone easily by hand …… shows his power .....). Professor NAKAO ODANI also published in Japanese the same interpretation. Often this scene is followed by the death of the Buddha. Archives Kurita

A GREY SCHIST PANEL DEPICTING BUDDHA AND ATTENDANTS AT RAJAGRIHA Ancient region of Gandhara, Kushan period, 2nd/3rd Century the long panel in relief with Buddha at center flanked by a bearded and turbaned Vajrapani/Herakles on his left, carrying a thunderbolt, and Indra on his right beating a large drum, with monks, attendants and worshippers overlooking the scene Length 29 in. (73.7 cm)

Indian, Himalayan and Southeast Asian Art

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