The Buddhism ClipArt gallery offers 6 images of the Buddha as well as Buddhist practices and architecture.

Statue of Buddha

Buddha

Statue of Buddha

"The sacred name of the founder of Buddhism, an Indian sage who appears to have lived in the 5th century B.C. His personal name was Siddhartha, and his family name Gautama; and he is often called also Sakya-muni. His father was the king of Kapilavastu, a few days' journey north of Benares. Siddhartha, filled with a deep compassion for the human race, left his father's court, and lived for years in solitude and contemplation till he had penetrated the mysteries of life and become the Buddha. He then began to teach his new faith, in opposition to the prevailing Brahmanism, commencing at Benares. Among his earliest converts where the monarchs of Magadha and Kosala, in whose kingdoms he chiefly passed the latter portion of his life, respected, honored, and protected." — Winston's Encyclopedia, 1919

Buddha

"The sacred name of the founder of Buddhism, an Indian sage who appears to have lived in the 5th century…

"Buddhist Priest." — Quackenbos, 1882

Buddhist

"Buddhist Priest." — Quackenbos, 1882

Most famous of the Buddhist caves is a chaitya hall (chandrashala) or 'Vishwakarma cave', popularly known as the 'Carpent Indiaer's Cave'. Beyond its multi-storeyed entry is a cathedral-like stupa hall also known as chaitya, whose ceiling has been carved to give the impression of wooden beams. At the heart of this cave is a 15 foot statue of Buddha seated in a preaching pose.

Buddhist Cave Temple at Ellora, Interior

Most famous of the Buddhist caves is a chaitya hall (chandrashala) or 'Vishwakarma cave', popularly…

The statue of Daibutsu, or great Buddha at Yokohama.

Daibutsu

The statue of Daibutsu, or great Buddha at Yokohama.

Chinese image of Kuan-yin. Kuan-yin or Guanyin is know as he Chinese Bodhisattva of Compassion.

Kuan-yin

Chinese image of Kuan-yin. Kuan-yin or Guanyin is know as he Chinese Bodhisattva of Compassion.