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Glass Frame : Pagodas in Siam (Thailand), Jan Luyken, Aart Dircksz Oossaan, 1687

Pagodas in Siam (Thailand), Jan Luyken, Aart Dircksz Oossaan, 1687



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Pagodas in Siam (Thailand), Jan Luyken, Aart Dircksz Oossaan, 1687

Liszt Collection of nineteenth-century engravings and images to browse and enjoy

Media ID 12715207

© Quint Lox Limited

1687 Aart Dircksz Oossaan Jan Luyken Shrine Siam Temple Thailand Jainism Pagodas


8"x6" Glass Mount

Wall mounted or free-standing, these black edged glass frames feature a smooth chamfered edge and a stylish black border (on back face of the glass). Manufactured from 4mm thick glass, Glass Mounts are a durable, professional way of displaying and protecting your prints. Your 8x6 print is slotted into the back of the frame so can easily be changed if needed.

Tempered Glass Mounts are ideal for wall display, plus the smaller sizes can also be used free-standing via an integral stand

Estimated Image Size (if not cropped) is 20.3cm x 15.2cm (8" x 6")

Estimated Product Size is 22.8cm x 17.7cm (9" x 7")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
This print titled "Pagodas in Siam (Thailand), Jan Luyken, Aart Dircksz Oossaan, 1687" takes us on a visual journey through the rich cultural heritage of Southeast Asia. The image showcases a mesmerizing landscape adorned with magnificent pagodas that stand tall against the backdrop of an azure sky. As we delve into this artwork, we are transported to the heart of Thailand, where spirituality and tranquility intertwine seamlessly. The pagodas depicted here serve as sacred spaces for various religious practices such as Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism. Each structure exudes its own unique charm and architectural brilliance. The artists behind this masterpiece, Jan Luyken and Aart Dircksz Oossaan, have skillfully captured the essence of these temples and shrines. Their attention to detail is evident in every brushstroke; from the intricate carvings adorning the facades to the delicate hues that bring life to each element within the composition. This print serves as a testament to both historical significance and artistic prowess. It allows us to appreciate not only the beauty of these ancient structures but also their role in shaping Thailand's cultural identity throughout centuries. Quint Lox has brilliantly curated this piece from Liszt Collection, showcasing his passion for preserving art that transcends time. Through this photograph print, viewers can immerse themselves in a world where spirituality meets architectural grandeur - an invitation to explore beyond what meets the eye.

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