Master Bronzes: Selected from Museums and Collections in America; February, 1937, the Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Albright Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York

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BRONZES OF INDIA AND FARTHER INDIA
98.GAUTAMA BUDDHA, standing. Indian, probably 6th century (Gupta Period). PROVENANCE' Found in Burma; or perhaps from Buddhapād near Bezwādā; Gift of the Government Museum, Madras, 1921. PUBLISHED: Coomaraswamy, A. K., CATALOGUE OF THE INDIAN COLLECTIONS, PART II, SCULPTURE, Boston, 1923, p. 61, Pl. XXI. NOTE: Height, 19⅞ inches. The casting is about 4 mm. in thickness, over a hard earthy core; the surface is patinated to a rather light green, and partly covered with a calcareous incrustation. M.F.A. 21.1504. LOANED BY THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
99.AVALOKITEŚVARA, teaching. Ceylon, 8th century. PUBLISHED: Coomaraswamy, A. K., Mahāyāna Buddhist images from Ceylon and Java, Journ. Roy. Asiatic Soc., 1909; Coomraswamy, A. K., CATALOGUE OF THE INDIAN COLLECTIONS, PART II, SCULPTURE, Boston, 1923, p. 81, Pl. XL. NOTE: Height, 3 5/8 inches. Ross-Coomaraswamy Collection. M.F.A. 17.2312. LOANED BY THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
100.JAMBHALA (Kuvera, Vaiśravana or the God of Wealth). Ceylon, 8th century. PUBLISHED: Coomaraswamy, A. K., Mahāyāna Buddhist images from Ceylon and Java, Journ. Roy. Asiatic Soc., 1909; Coomaraswamy, A. K., CATALOGUE OF THE INDIAN COLLECTIONS, PART II, SCULPTURE, Boston, 1923, P. 83, Pl. XL. NOTE: Height, 3⅛ inches. Ross-Coomaraswamy Collection. M.F.A. 17.2313. LOANED BY THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
101.AVALOKITEŚSVARA, standing. Nepal, 9th century. PUBLISHED: Coomaraswamy, A. K., CATALOGUE OF THE INDIAN COLLECTIONS, PART II, SCULPTURE, Boston, 1923, p. 83, Pl. XLI. NOTE: Height, 12¼ inches. Copper. Gilt and jewelled with jacinth. Ross-Coomaraswamy Collection. M.F.A. 17.2315. LOANED BY THE MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS, BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
102.BODHISATTVA, perhaps Avalokiteśvara. Nepal, 9th century. PUBLISHED: College Art Association, L OAN EXHIBITION OF EARLY INDIAN SCULPTURES, PAINTINGS AND BRONZES, 1935, No. 17 (reproduced). NOTE: Height, 4¾ inches. Copper. Gilt and jewelled. LOANED BY THE HEERAMANECK GALLERIES, NEW YORK CITY.

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  • Foreword *
  • Bronze *
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  • The Three-Dimensional Bronzes of Iran *
  • Bronzes of the Near East *
  • An Introduction to Bronze Statuettes of the Far East *
  • Bronzes of the Far East *
  • Bronzes of the Far East (continued) *
  • Bronzes of Th E Near East Continued *
  • Bronzes of the Far East (continued) *
  • An Introduction to Bronze Statuettes of Egypt *
  • Bronzes of Egypt *
  • An Introduction to Greek, Etruscan and Roman Bronzes *
  • Greek, Etruscan, and Roman Bronzes *
  • An Introduction to Bronze Statuettes of India and Farther India *
  • Bronzes of India and Farther India *
  • Mediaeval Bronzes *
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  • An Introduction to Bronze Statuettes of the Renaissance *
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