More to explore:
Head of an Asura, Vietnam, Da Nang region, Khuong My (?), 10th century. LACMA
A Divine Figure, Vietnam, 12th-13th century. LACMA
Head of Shiva (lingakosha). Vietnam (Champa, probably Quang Nam Province), late 9th–10th century © 2000–2012 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Jar Decorated with Fish, Vietnam, 16th century The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Yuhuchun vase. Vietnam, Lê dynasty (15th – 16th century). Bands of alternating floral designs and sea waves painted in underglaze-cobalt, chocolate base. H. 28,10 cm. Tokyo, National Museum, TG-2222 ©2004-2013 Tokyo National Museum
Bronze censer with handles in the shape of bamboo, Vietnam, beginning sec. XX h. cm.43
Figure platter Wed Kayama blue flowers Vietnam, 15th-16th c. National Museum of Tokyo. Not familiar with this period. It strikes me as having Islamic influence; perhaps for export?
Cloche en bronze à patine de fouille. Vietnam, culture de Dongson, Ier millénaire av. J.C. H: 11 cm
Dish. Stoneware painted in underglaze blue, polychrome enamels and gilt. Vietnam, Lê dynasty, ca. 1480-1500. Museum number: FE.10:1-1987 © V Images
A Vietnamese woman selling flowers on the streets of Hoi An Nara Rocha (Joao Pessoa, Brazil) Photographed February 2008, Hoi An, Vietnam Read more: www.smithsonianma...
1931, Annam, Vietnam - A woman sells products of an Annam woodcarving factory
Dogon posts, Mali by herr_hartmann on Flickr
Head of an Attendant Bodhisattva Period: Northern Qi dynasty (550–577) Date: ca. 565–75 Culture: China Medium: Limestone with pigment