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Which of the following is not related to the Gandhara School of Art?
Gandhara School was based on Greco-Roman norms encapsulating foreign techniques and an alien spirit. It is also known as Graeco-Buddhist School of art. The foreign influence is evident from the sculptures of Buddha in which they bear resemblance to the Greek sculptures. Grey sandstone (Blue-grey Mica schist to be precise) is used in Gandhara School of Art. Gandhara School of art had developed in post-Maurya period during reign of Kushana emperor Kanishka.
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