Buddha. India; Gupta period (c. 319 - 6th century), 6th century. Buddha sits in the posture of meditation with hands held in teaching gesture (dharmachakra mudra). A u-shaped fixture on the back of his head and two slots in the base were used to attach a large prahba to the sculpture.
Close examination of the Gandhara art reveals that the physiognomy of many sculpted Buddhas and Bodhisattvas is classically Greco-Latin, rather than Asian. Typical features of Asian Buddhist iconography...
18th Century Teak Wood Burmese Arakan Buddha Statue. Gild worn with age, glass mosaic and thayo lacquer decoration "Original article found here Read More http://goldentriangleantiques.com/burmese-arakan-teak-wood-buddha-statue.
Buddha Vairochana with the wisdom fist: the right fist enclosing the index finger of the left. A celestial Buddha important in Asia from the 8th to the12th C. e. 11th C. Liao dynasty - Mongol Rule - China. Gilt bronze