About the Woman Painting Beautiful Thai Sister
Our experienced artist of traditional That art has beautifully portrayed the two lovely Siamese sisters from the ancient time. Both sisters are dressing in a traditional northern Thai style (Lanna) costume. Lanna is the ancient Northern Kingdom of Siam and was very prosperous in the 15th century. It is a very unique region with a rich of distinctive cultures and traditions. The artist shows a joyful moment of the sisters hugging happily. As they had been apart and have been missing each other. This native Thai Woman Painting has spoken for the tradition of Thai cultures and ancient lifestyles.
For northern women, they regularly wore a tube skirt, in Thai called Sinh. Not only the pattern of the skirt will identify the wearer, but also indicate the region of where she came from. Because a certain textile and design are made in a particularly rural area and specific ethnic group. Hence, the details of the dressing outfit and costume reflect the story of native Thai folk.
This ancient Thai Woman Painting is 100% handmade in high-quality acrylic paint, on premium quality canvas. Created with delicate details by a very unique art technique, which inherited since the 13th century. 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 original Thai Woman Painting will arrive rolled in a tube. This method is especially safe for oversized works, and provides lower shipping costs as well. Rolled canvas works can be easily stretched and/or framed by a local framer upon arrival. Upon immediate delivery, we highly recommend you send canvas works directly to your framer for cautious, professional unrolling of the artwork. 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.
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