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SculptureCiti® Studio offers large ancient stone sculptures wall carving arts plaques bas-relief custom statues in Khmer and Thai styles for various garden and office applications >> more..

Thai Art
:: was traditionally primarily Buddhist. Sculpture was almost exclusively of Buddha images, while painting was confined to illustration of books and decoration of buildings, primarily palaces and temples >> more..

 
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Khmer Wall Plaque
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Relief Carving
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Hindu Sculpture
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Thai Carving

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Bas-Relief
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Ancient Sculpture
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Angkor-Wat

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Antique Wall Carving
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Relief Art

Sukhothai Period :: Buddha images of the Sukhothai period are elegant, with sinuous bodies and slender, oval faces. This style emphasized the spiritual aspect of the Buddha by omitting anatomical details. The effect was enhanced by the common practice of casting images in metal rather than carving them. This period saw the introduction of the "walking Buddha" pose. Sukhothai artists tried to follow the defining marks of a Buddha set out in ancient Palis >> more..

Ayutthaya Period :: Stone, characterized by juxtaposed rows of Buddha figures. In the middle period, Sukhothai influence dominated, with large bronze or brick and stucco Buddha images and decoration of gold leaf in free-form designs on a lacquer background. The late period was more elaborate, with Buddha images in royal attire set on decorative bases >> more..

Bangkok Period :: Development of the Ayutthaya style rather than by further great innovation. One important element was the Krom Chang Sip Mu (Organization of the Ten Crafts), originally founded in Ayutthaya, which was responsible for improving the skills of the country's craftsmen. Paintings from the mid-19th century show the influence of Western art >> more..

 
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