Head of Vishnu is a Khmer Sandstone Sculpture created between 900CE and 925CE. It lives at the Musée Guimet in Paris. The image is used according to Educational Fair Use, and tagged Deities and Gods, Vishnu, Trimūrti, Sculpture and Heads. SourceSee Head of Vishnu in the Kaleidoscope
This sandstone head of Vishnu was found in the Prasat, a temple at Phnom Bok hill, northeast of the man-made Eastern Baray lake in Cambodia.