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Türk Uygur Budist Fresk. Doğu Türkistan Kızıl Mağarası. Elinde Türk İkonografik Duruşuna uygun, Hayat Çiçeği "Lotus" tutan bir figür. 6. yy.

Türk Uygur Budist Fresk. Doğu Türkistan Kızıl Mağarası. Elinde Türk İkonografik Duruşuna uygun, Hayat Çiçeği "Lotus" tutan bir figür. 6. yy.

Late 14th C. Pure Land Buddhist Raigo Scroll. Welcoming Descent of Amida and Twenty-five Bodhisattvas hung by dying believers' bedsides to help ensure the faithful's rebirth in the Western Paradise. A silken cord often was attached to the Buddha's hand, a support to lead the soul to paradise. Silk painting with gold. Japan

Welcoming Descent of Amida and Twenty-five Bodhisattvas, Nanbokucho period late century Unidentified artist

A Brahman or Vajrapani - Bezeklik, Cave 9. 8th-9th c.(?). Wall painting. 66 x 53 cm. MIK III 6893 Pub.: AASR, no. 83, p. 148; MIAB, p. 101

A Brahman or Vajrapani - Bezeklik, Cave 9. 8th-9th c.(?). Wall painting. 66 x 53 cm. MIK III 6893 Pub.: AASR, no. 83, p. 148; MIAB, p. 101

Early mural revealed after later over-painting had been partly removed. The flesh tones of the figure with its pigments protected from oxidation contrast with the darkened tone of buddhas in later painting seen on the right. Cave 253, Northern Wei.

Early mural revealed after later over-painting had been partly removed. The flesh tones of the figure with its pigments protected from oxidation contrast with the darkened tone of buddhas in later painting seen on the right.

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