Intricate jewelry on Bodhisattva image in main Gandharan gallery. This image probably dates from British Period - it is covered with bootblack (which was standard practice). Probably Sahri-Bahlol Workshop; Date: ca. 5th century.
"Le Buddha au Grand Miracle" ou "Miracle de Shrâvastî"- Aghanistan, Kapishâ, monastère de PaïtâvâEcole du Kapishâ, IIIème-IVème siècle Schiste avec traces de dorure
Boddhisattva Maitreya - Sahri Bahlol - Pakistan
Les trésors asiatiques de Clemenceau au Musée Guimet
Bouddha assis, Gandhara, IIIe siècle, schiste - offert au Musée Guimet par Clemenceau en 1927.
The identification of the subject of this relief as the Gift of Anathapindada is by no means certain. The presence at the far left of the figure holding a waterpot suggests that a gift is about to be made, as a donor traditionally poured water over the hands of a recipient to seal a gift. The Gift of Anathapindada Period:Kushan period Date:2nd–3rd century Culture:Pakistan (ancient region of Gandhara) Medium:Schist with traces of gold foil Dimensions:9 5/8 x 9 in. (24.4 x 22.9 cm)