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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
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Figurine
Thai
14th-15th century
92.82.76
Bird
Thai
14th-15th century
92.82.77
Ram
Chinese
33.815.1
Ram
Chinese
33.815.2
Fantastic animal ornament
Balinese
ca. 11th century
53.51
Camel
Chinese
late 14th-mid 17th century
33.814.1
Camel
Chinese
late 14th-mid 17th century
33.814.2
Siva Bhairava
Indian
ca. 13th century
69.14
God of War, Kwan Ti
Chinese
ca. 1600
36.7
Mythical Figure
Balinese
19th century
43.108
Mythical Figure
Balinese
44.699
Civilian Guardian
Chinese
mid 17th-early 20th century
33.816
Military Guardian
Chinese
mid 17th-early 20th century
33.817
Standing Avalokiteshvara (Kannon)
Koreyoshi
18th century
47.38
Stone figure; Ganesha seated
Cambodian
ca. 13th century
34.67
Horse with bell on nose
Chinese
early 6th century
33.12
Boar
Chinese
33.37
Horse with saddle
Chinese
6th century
63.104
Bodhisattva Maitreya
Chinese
early 6th century
63.146
Avalokiteshvara (Kannon Bosatsu)
Japanese
10th-11th century
68.130
Haniwa horse
Japanese
3rd-6th century
51.42
Bulul
Philippines
late 19th, early 20th century
2003.96
Lokapala figure
Chinese
8th century
SC96.73
Relief; Stupa railing fragment
Indian
2nd century B.C.
69.148
Head, probably of Vishnu
Cambodian
early 9th to early 10th century
51.99
Vishnu riding Garuda
Cambodian
11th - 12th century
67.22
Guardian demon
Chinese
14th century
52.45
Amida Buddha
Japanese
ca. 1130
2011.39
Vashya-Vajravarahi (dancing goddess with boar head)
Tibetan
late 14th to early 15th century
70.2
Standing Shakyamuni at Birth
Chinese
late 14th- early 17th century
93.23
Head of a Buddha
Indonesian
first half of 9th century
53.70
Head of a Buddha
Chinese
late 7th - early 8th century
39.29
Vinadhara (Shiva as Lord of Music and Knowledge)
Indian
ca. early 11th century
64.55
Walking Buddha
Thai
ca. 1350-1500
49.48
Buddha Shakyamuni
Kashmir
late 8th to early 9th century
74.70
Bodhisattva
Pakistani
ca. mid-2nd - mid 3rd century
44.63
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