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The Aqueduct of Segovia (Acueducto de Segovia), Segovia, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
The Aqueduct of Segovia (Acueducto de Segovia), Segovia, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
Wayang shadow puppet of an elephant painted with flowers, used in popular all-night performances, usually based on ancient Hindu epics such as the Ramayana.
A mask used in wayang wong performances of the Hindu epics, especially the Ramayana.
A mask, representing a diseased or deformed person, used in wayang wong performances of the Hindu epics, especially the Ramayana.
One of the most popular single motifs in rock carving is the ship, often highly decorated and manned with rowers.
The mid to late Tang dynasty saw a growing prominence of Bodhisattva figures in Buddhist iconography.
The Aqueduct of Segovia (Acueducto de Segovia), Segovia, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
One of the most popular single motifs in rock carving is the ship, often highly decorated and manned with rowers.
The Aqueduct of Segovia (Acueducto de Segovia), Segovia, Spain, 2007. Artist: Samuel Magal
Wine ewer in the form of monkey holding a wineskin.
A mask used in wayang wong performances of the Hindu epics, especially the Ramayana.
A mask, representing a diseased or deformed person, used in wayang wong performances of the Hindu epics, especially the Ramayana.
The mid to late Tang dynasty saw a growing prominence of Bodhisattva figures in Buddhist iconography.
A Jain temple figure.
A Royal mask of the 'strong and coarse' type, used in court wayang wong performances of the Hindu epics, especially the Ramayana.
A Royal mask of the 'strong and coarse' type, used in court wayang wong performances of the Hindu epics, especially the Ramayana.
Sarasvati, a female divinity of bodhisattva rank.