A smaller figure of Avalokiteshvara in the Museum of East Asian Art, Bath, also dated to the Liao dynasty, is modelled with similar gesture and only differs from the present one in minor details of the ornaments and garments (accession no. BATEA: 277). For two related Liao dynasty gilt-bronze figures of Avalokiteshvara seated on a lotus pedestal, see one in the Palace Museum, Beijing, published in Classics of the Forbidden City: Guanyin in the Collection of The Palace Museum, Beijing, 2012, pl. 26; and another in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, published in Hai-Wai Yi-Chen: Chinese Art in Overseas Collections, Buddhist Sculpture I, Taipei, 1998, pl. 146. Compare also another Liao dynasty gilt-bronze figure of Buddha Vairocana in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, illustrated in Denise Patry Leidy and Donna Strahan, Wisdom Embodied: Chinese Buddhist and Daoist Sculpture in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New Haven, 2010, cat. no. 26.