People and Portraits Paintings from Thailand(24 items)
Welcome to the People and Portraits Paintings from Thailand Gallery at NOVICA.
Featured Review on People and Portraits 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 works and my choice of colors express my imagination and my feelings. Hill tribe kids have their own identity, which I find greatly interesting."
Popular People and Portraits Paintings from Thailand
Signed Naif Painting of Three Children as Thai Monks, "Thailand Offering III"
Carrying blue offering bowls, three happy little boys shyly ask for alms. In Northern Thailand, people take off their shoes and sit or kneel when giving alms. Rutchanok Jinapun depicts young Buddhist novices on the first step toward becoming monks.
Signed Expressionist Painting of Buddha in Green, "Peaceful Jade"
In a serene jade color, the face of Buddha is depicted as he closes his eyes peacefully in this painting from Thailand. Thotsapon paints this composition in an expressionist style as he works with a fantastical color palette. The impressive face of Buddha is captured against an orange background.
Signed Cultural Folk Art Painting of Two Women from Thailand, "Lanna Women"
Two women wearing traditional clothing walk together during their daily chores, captured with a characteristic folk art style that reflects the history of the Lanna Kingdom. Drawing inspiration from the art found at Ta Mon temple, Thai artist Pathawee paints this composition, using tempera to create the striking pastel colors. At the bottom of the painting is Lanna writing that reads "Kiangkam and her servant."