Standing Miroku-bosatsu (Maitreya)
- Kushan dynasty, 3rd century
- Stone (schist)
- h: 153.0cm
This is a typical example of Buddhist sculpture from Gandhara, the region that pioneered in the field of Buddhist sculpture. The facial features and deeply carved drapery folds all display a striking degree of influence from Hellenistic or Greco-Roman art.