Depending on the system used to list them, Lobsang Chökyi Gyaltsen (1570-1662) is either the first or the fourth Panchen Lama.
He is depicted here with realistic facial features, seated in the lotus position, wrapped in traditional monastic garments. His right hand does the teaching gesture (vitarka mudra), the other does the meditation gesture. His feet are placed so that the sole is visible, as on sculptures of the historical buddha.
This is an image of a somewhat older man.
The idealised facial features on this sculpture are in sharp contrast with the picture above and the one below.
He is portrayed here with very realistic (Chinese?) facial features.