Paintings from Thailand(352 items)
Welcome to the 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 Paintings from Thailand
Black and White Photograph of Thai Buddhist Temple, "Peaceful Wat Chet Yot"$169.99
Peace reigns over Wat Chet Yot in Chiang Mai, inspiring Oraphat to capture it in a black and white photograph. This Buddhist temple, built to resemble that of Mahabodhi in Bodhgaya (India), where the Buddha reached enlightenment features an eclectic architecture that incorporates Thai, Lao, Indian, and Chinese elements. Oraphat directs her lens to a flowering tree, where she focuses on three of the seven spires or Printed on Fujicolor crystal archive paper, the photograph includes a card paper mat board.
Lotus Flower Triptych Painting on Canvas (Triptych), "Plentiful"$244.99
Get serious about your art collection with this gorgeous triptych artwork by Thailand's Nuttiya. The artist paints all three panels with green, blue, and black acrylic, then uses thin sheets of gold foil to embellish the surface with lotus leaves. A multicolored spiral and heart-shaped leaves center the middle panel and creates a contrast with the surrounding gold.
Horse Painting, "The Horse"$499.99
With limpid eyes, luxurious mane and ears at attention, a horse reveals its intelligence and beauty. Part of a series on animals, this painting by Sakchai showcases his hallmark style. "I focus on the brushstrokes rather than color to achieve images with simplicity and clarity," the Thai artist explains.
Unique Abstract Acrylic Painting from Thai Artist, "Thai Art Civilization"$439.99
Thai artist Benjawan explores the relationship between traditional Thai art forms and her environment in this intriguing abstract acrylic on canvas painting. She incorporates sand into the artwork, representing the beauty of the natural world. A cheerful palette of yellow, purple and blue set a positive mood. "When I paint, my intention is to evoke a powerful sense of happiness", muses the artist.