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'Wat Suan Dok' - Original Oil Painting of Thai Temple Scene Curate

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Wat Suan Dok Original Oil Painting of Thai Temple Scene

Beautifully rendered in warm tones that convey the soft morning light, this... more

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Beautifully rendered in warm tones that convey the soft morning light, this painting depicts Wat Suan Dok, roughly translate as "flower garden temple". The talented Innop of Thailand creates the tranquil scene in oils on canvas. "If we find a place where the mind is at peace, this is where we will meet with total happiness," states the artist.

  • 1.06 kgs
  • 2.3 lbs
  • 70 cm H x 50 cm W x 3.5 cm D
  • 27.5" H x 19.75" W x 1.4" D

  • Oil on canvas
  • Arrives unframed
  • Stretched
  • Signed by the artist
  • Free Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Premium Gift Wrap? Yes
  • Made in Thailand.
  • Certified and shipped by our office in Thailand
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Innop

Meet the Artist
Innop

Thailand
3 artist reviews

3 Testimonials for Innop

lisa a.

near paris but i am from san francisco

i love your work with the vibrant colors! i appreciate that your prices seem fair, too. i wish you the best of luck, lisa

lisa a.

near paris but i am from san francisco

i love your work and am not afraid of color! i am bed-bound due to illness but i can see your pink flowering tree from bed which cheers me up! pls make more and if possible kindly try to keep your prices affordable and or make some smaller pieces. best wishes lisa

lisa a.

near paris but i am from san francisco

hi! i have bought four paintings of yours! i love the bright colors and i agree with your statement about how you achieve your art. i visited chiang mai ten yrs ago and loved it; and i rode an elephant so love the elephant paintings. i am surprised the cherry trees bloom so early but love the painting. best wishes, lisa
 
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