Shākyamuni Buddha. Bhūmisparśa Mudra. Tibet, 17th century.
thanks to @dpanikkar
Smiling Bodhisattva greyish-green schist
Gandhara 4th-5th century
Musee Guimet | Paris
Avalokiteshvara | 3rd century Gandhara | grey schist | Matsuoka Museum | Tokyo
Seated Bodhisattva in Meditation, His Hands in Dhyana-mudra Kushan period | c.100 BCE-250 CE
Stucco with traces of polychromy | Gandharan style, perhaps from Hadda, Afghanistan
H. 51 x W. 30.5 x D. 12 cm ( 20 1/16 x 12 x 4 3/4 in. )
Harvard Art Museums / Arthur M. Sackler Museum
Buddha Shakyamuni | Pakistan, Gandhara region | 1-2 century | Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Head of a Bodhisattva
Gandhara period 3rd century-5th century
Lime composition with traces of polychrome
A row of Guge stupas near Tholing, in the tenth-century Kashmir-informed style, 2009 D [ Bendak//Peter van Ham ]
Temple room in Dungkar Cave 1, one of four caves that were residences of the Guge dynasty beginning in the twelfth century [ M. Beck/Peter van Ham ]
Peter van Ham’s Guge: Ages of Gold. The West Tibetan Masterpieces has just been published by Hirmer Verlag.
See also this very nice article.