Compare a Tang stone stele similarly carved in high relief with a seated figure of Buddha flanked by two bodhisattvas standing on waisted lotus plinths, bearing a dedicatory inscription dated to the second year of Jingyun (AD 711), illustrated by Li JIngjie in Shifo Xuancui [Essence of Buddhistic Statues], Beijing, 1995, p. 73, no. 53. See also a Tang dynasty earthenware plaque carved with similar iconography originally in the collection of Edgar Worch, and now in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, accession number 30.137.
Compare also a large Tang dynasty marble stele of Buddha flanked by attendants from the collection of the Castello delle Serre, Siena, Tuscany, sold at Christie’s London, 5th November 2013, lot 386, and another, originally in the collection of Carl Jung, sold at Christie’s New York, 14th/15th September 2017, lot 918.
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