About this Thai Bird Kinnaree Golden Lady Painting
Kinnari or Kinnaree is a Thai mythological female human being, with half-woman and half swan. This Golden Lady Painting is a portrait of a young woman with the finest beauty. Kinnari appears to be part of Thailand famous love tale story since Ayuttaya period. This ancient mythical tale originated in Hindu traditions from India. In the story, the Charming Princess named Kinnari Manora had been in love with a human, the Prince Suton. In the Thai myth, Kinnari is excellent in dance, song, and poerty, hence she is a traditional symbol of feminine beauty and grace.
The Kinnaree Golden Lady Painting has become an important part of Thai artistic tradition. In most of Buddhist temples and Royal palaces in Thailand, the golden figures of Kinnari has become a popular portray to decorate the monastery areas. Also, the story has inspired a classical Southern Thai dance. The Manorah dance became a cultural ceremony. The lovely celestial feature has appeared in popular South East Asian cultures.
This famous Kinnaree Golden Lady Painting is amazingly decorated with gold leaf on a lacquer background. Our specialty of ornamenting gold leaf on artwork is a very unique art technique, which inherited since the 13th century. In Thai, the art of applying gold leaf over the lacquer work is called “Lai Rod Nam or Long Ruk Pid Thong“. Royal Thai Art is not just a painting, but it is much of the Thai cultural heritage. We offer elegant Asian art with reliable worldwide shipping. The best place to buy exclusive Southeast Asian art online.
Moreover, this glorious Kinnaree Golden Lady Painting is completely ready to hang on the wall. During the shipping process, we carefully package each of our paintings with bubble wrap and in a sturdy corrugated box; because we want to ensure that your painting will arrive in perfect condition. Check out the rest of our Royal Thai Art gallery showcases to discover more of authentic Thailand arts and crafts online for your lovely home.
The actual painting might be slightly different from the display image due to the camera light and/or brightness of screen monitors. Likewise, due to the nature of being handmade and hand-painted, each canvas art reproduction may slightly vary in brush details.
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