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LOT 305

Lot 305

A Framed Silk Painting of Rama and Hanuman from the Ramakien, Thailand, Mid 20th Century

A Framed Silk Painting of Rama and Hanuman from the Ramakien, Thailand, Mid 20th Century
Lot 305 Details
A Framed Silk Painting of Rama and Hanuman from the Ramakien, Thailand, Mid 20th Century

Depicting the god Rama and the monkey-deity Hanuman charging into battle on chariot; colour on silk
with frame 19.7 x 17.7 in — 50 x 45 cm

Estimate $80-$150

Realised: $48
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A Framed Silk Painting of Rama and Hanuman from the Ramakien, Thailand, Mid 20th Century
  • A Framed Silk Painting of Rama and Hanuman from the Ramakien, Thailand, Mid 20th Century
Note:

The Ramakien (The Glory of Rama) is one of Thailand's national epics, originally derived from the Hindu Ramayana. The current design is based on a 19th century mural of the Ramakien, located in Wat Phra Kaew, Bangkok. The epic is painted in 178 scenes and spans the walls surrounding the entire temple compound.

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