I found this image on the Metropolitan Museum website recently:
Gandhara was an ancient city in Pakistan and an important cultural center of the Kushan Empire, which inherited Greco-Iranian culture and spread it over a much wider area than before. As mentioned in a previous post, the Kushans were crucial to spreading Buddhism to lands outside of India and were known to China as 月氏 (yue-zhi).
Anyhow, this statue is interesting because it closely resembles Greco-Roman artwork. Compare with something like a statue of Apollo, the Greek sun god:
Or, another Gandharan Buddha statue that is well known:
Pretty interesting how Western art and culture mixed with Indian/Iranian culture to produce such works, so long ago.