Thai Buddha(51 items)
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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.
Wall carving that is very much admired by all
The colors fit my room decor perfectly. More than that, this wood carving is exceptionally well done from form to finish. I am so pleased with my purchase and the quality of the artists work.
"My favorite subject is Buddha. I particularly emphasize his smile, like Thailand, the land of the smile."
Popular Thai Buddha
Buddhist Lotus Acrylic on Canvas Painting, "A Lotus"
Rawat Vongla of Thailand works in acrylics on canvas to paint an otherworldly metaphorical scene. Above swirling waters of blue and lavender, a beautiful lotus dominates the canvas. The lotus flower represents purity and enlightenment for practitioners of Buddhism. The calming pastel color palette will enhance the serenity of any space.
Acrylic on Canvas Painting of Hellenistic Buddha, "Buddha Vision"
Artist Rawat Vongla of Thailand works in acrylic on canvas to create this original composition, which features the Greco-Buddhist representation of Buddha. The Hellenistic influence on images of Buddha can be seen in the idealistic realism of the figures, the draped clothing so typical of Greek statues, and the curled hair which is representative of the Mediterranean. Vongla uses a muted palette of purple, rose, blue and green to create a dream-like feeling.
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.