Buddha Paintings from Thailand(38 items)
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Featured Reviews on Buddha Paintings from Thailand
Beautiful paintings that bring peacefulness & joy
I have purchased several paintings by Ms. Oraphat from Thailand. I like very much the serenity & peacefulness of her paintings of the smiling, calm Buddha. I also really like her paintings of Thai tribal children with an elephant. They are so cheerful and loving. All of Ms. Oraphat?s paintings bring a smile, and peacefulness & calmness to me and to my home. Thank you so much to Ms. Oraphat & to Novica. Please keep up the excellent work! With deep appreciation from a loyal customer & art lover.
"My favorite subject is Buddha. I particularly emphasize his smile, like Thailand, the land of the smile."
Popular Buddha Paintings from Thailand
Original Impressionist Gandhara Buddha Painting, "Intelligence"
This intriguing and atmospheric acrylic on canvas painting is by Thai artist Rawat Vongla. The artist recreates an ancient Greco-Buddhist statue in hazy shades of rose, green and brown. The statue was one of the first representations of Buddha (1st - 2nd century AD), and was excavated at Gandhara, Pakistan. Such early Hellenistic interpretations, such as the figure's draped, toga-like garment, point to the Greek influence on depictions of the Buddha from that point onward.
Signed Expressionist Buddha Painting from Thailand (2005), "Calming the Oceans"$1,577.99
Tanachai Ekuruchaitep paints an impressive portrait of Buddha in one of his standing poses, stylized to Thailand's Ayutthaya period. It is known as "Calming the Oceans" or and it symbolizes mastery over passions. Ekuruchaitep's inspired painting exudes the peaceful aura that surrounded the Great Teacher.
Golden Sukhothai Buddha with Butterflies Thai Painting, "Buddha Image in Gold I"$1,899.99
Butterflies flutter around the serene image of Buddha facing right depicted in golden hues - the color of the sun. Tanachai Ekuruchaitep works with acrylics to honor the great spiritual teacher through his art. The Thai artist is inspired by the portrayal of Buddha during the Sukhothai period (1238 to 1583), which was influenced by Sri Lankan monks. The Buddha images of this era featured such distinguishing characteristics as a flame over the head which itself was covered with finely curled hair. The oval face has high curving eyebrows, a hooked nose, a downward gaze, and a gentle smiling expression.