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Classifications: Sculpture

Classifications: Sculpture
Siva Bhairava
Indian
ca. 13th century
69.14
Relief; Stupa railing fragment
Indian
2nd century B.C.
69.148
Vinadhara (Shiva as Lord of Music and Knowledge)
Indian
ca. early 11th century
64.55
Buddha Shakyamuni
Kashmir
late 8th to early 9th century
74.70
Arching surround
Indian
ca. 14th century
67.130
Ravanagrihamurti (Shiva subdues the demon Ravana)
Indian
ca. mid to late 9th century
67.134
The god Vishnu
Indian
8th century
69.13
Bala Krishna, dancing
Indian
ca. 15th century
51.117
Siva killing the elephant demon
Indian
ca. 10th century
68.119
Fragmentary figure
Indian
3rd millennium B.C. - 2nd century A.D.
93.48
Jain dancing girl
Indian
ca. 11th century
64.24
Divinity
Indian
ca. 12th century
44.56
Krishna Playing Flute
Indian
14th - 18th century
44.57
Female Musician playing a Drum
Indian
14th - 15th century
50.88
Mahavira and tirthankaras
Indian
ca. 11th century
66.42
Relief; Vishnu
Indian
ca. 14th century
51.97
Female Divinity
Indian
late 6th century
69.23
Brahma and Brahmani
Indian
ca. 11th century
70.63
Yaki Surasundari
Indian
ca. 11th century
63.36
Siva with attendants
Indian
11th-12th century
69.15
Surya, the sun god
Indian
ca. 10th century
45.59
Fragmentary figure
Indian
3rd millennium B.C. - 2nd century A.D.
93.33
Fragmentary figure
Indian
3rd millennium B.C. - 2nd century A.D.
93.35
Fragmentary figure
Indian
3rd millennium B.C. - 2nd century A.D.
93.36
Fragmentary figure
Indian
3rd millennium B.C. - 2nd century A.D.
93.40
Siva and Parvati
Indian
15th century - 16th century
40.35
figure
Indian
perhaps 17th Century
SC93.30
Buddha, seated
Indian
5th-6th century
2001.999
Head
Ghandhara
5th-6th century
2001.1001
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