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In the House under the Sea

In the House under the Sea

Technique :  Oil on Canvas Size :  90×70 cm. Year : 1985 In House Under the Sea (1986 [B.E.2529]), Somphong imagines a dwelling in the depths of the sea. Metaphorically desiring to show how he, too, could quite well happily dwell with the other creatures of the natural world who happened to live deep below...

Under the Sea

Under the Sea

Under the Sea (1994 [B.E. 2543]) shows an integrated marine habitat showing the fabled and trademark bluish green tint of the Andaman Sea. The painting is an optimistic and uncharacteristically lighthearted portrayal of what could be a view of an ecologically sustainable marine environment with the sea creatures happily mutually interdependent, especially the fish. In...

Land Divided

Land Divided

Technique :  Oil on Canvas Size :  100×110 cm. Year : 1982 “The world as it once was has been destroyed at the hands of humankind.Eager for gain and grasping beyond all measure are those who despoil nature without for a moment reflecting on the great harm they are doing. They have no concern at...

Village and Town Corruption

Village and Town Corruption

Technique :  Oil on Canvas Size :  115×134 cm. Year : 1992 “The beings with wild boar, dog, crow and lizard skulls are hilarious. Even the trees upon which they sit are no more than mere stumps. In the future, their lives will crumble into nothingness. The skeletons in the painting are symbolic of the...

Scarecrow

Scarecrow

Technique :  Oil on Canvas Size :  81×104.5 cm. Year : 1996 “Imagine scarecrows who carry guns over their shoulders. Formerly they were powerful human beings filled with passion and sexual desire. When they were living, they brutally exploited the very nature in the midst of which they lived.As powerful as they were, only minute...