Multicolor Paintings from Thailand(142 items)
Welcome to the Multicolor Paintings from Thailand Gallery at NOVICA.
"The reason I chose Fine Arts was that it makes me see things in a positive way, it helps me see the beauty of things, and to be more concentrated at work."
Popular Multicolor Paintings from Thailand
Realist Painting of Pink and White Lotus Flowers (2019), "Lotus at Dawn"
Bathed in the clear light of dawn, pink and white lotus flowers bloom over calm waters. Thai artisan Rawat Vongla paints this nature-inspired composition. He adds "Lotus is a symbol of kindness; a flower of Buddhism, it represents morality. It feels like waking up from a dream to welcome a new day full of energy."
Dreamy Acrylic Painting of Lovebirds in Heaven, "Heaven"
A pair of lovebirds nestle together in this original painting by Rawat Vongla in Thailand. The birds are in paradise, surrounded by flora and foliage as well as magical clouds of pink and purple. The dreamy painting is created in acrylic on canvas.
Signed Surrealist Painting of Two Hornbills from Thailand, "A Couple"
Sitting side-by-side, two faithful hornbills are the subject of this painting from Thailand. Rawat Vongla paints this composition, framing the avian duo in a surrealist scene of flowers, fruits, and arches. Says the artist, "Hornbills are regarded as a symbol of true love. You could say that the female cannot live without the male. Hornbills will not pair with a new partner. If the male dies or is poached, the female and babies may starve to death. I believe in this kind of love. They cause happiness in our nature."
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.