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The Throne – Rearngsak Boonyavanishkul


Technice : offset printon ACQ 240 grams  300 editions with artist hand sign.
Size : 59.4 x 42 cm.
Weight : 0.23 kg.

Shipping Condition : All products shipped by Thailand Post service except Limited Edition products shipped by courier service.


SKU: 8852301008052 Categories: Prints, Print on paper

20 in stock


“My faith, my love and my loyalty for the King Rama IX is a love that shows a straight forward design. We saw the image of His Majesty’s care for the people throughout the 70 years of his reign. The King is the King of Thailand with a throne on every square that His Majesty visited. Treating all the suffering and suffering for his people like father and son. He is the model for us to live together and have all good deeds. His throne will be”

Additional Information

Rearngsak Boonyavanishkul

The content of all his works is relevant to the Buddhist philosophy as people nowadays view the life as it is—a suffering-laden cycle of life covered with a happiness-like feeling, and getting lost in the endless cycle of death and rebirth. The artist’s identity is the Eastern ideology which presents the Buddhist philosophy.

Born  12 July 1961

Education :  B.F.A., (Thai Art) The Faculty of Painting Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Silpakorn University, Thailand

Awards / Honours

1996 “Singapore National Youth Award (Art and Culture Section)

1995 “Distinction Award 15th Painting of The Year, Singapore

1992 “Distinction Award 12th Painting of The Year, Singapore

“Distinction Award The Annual Art Exhibition,

Nan Yang Art Association, Singapore

1991 “Distinction Award 11th Painting of The Year, Singapore

1990 “Special Award Winner”, The lnternational Osaka

Triennale of Painting, Osaka, Japan

1987 “Bronze Medal, 11th Bualuang Painting Competition,

Bangkok, Thailand

1986 “Award Winner, Contemporary Art Exhibition

Organized By Thai Farmers Bangkok, Thailand

“Bronze Medal, 10th Bualuang Painting Competition,

Bangkok, Thailand

1985 “Gold Medal, 9th Bualuang Painting Competition,

Bangkok, Thailand