It is the painting of the remarkably magnificent and sky-high stupa-like pagodas at Wat Arun (or Temple of the Dawn) with the serene atmosphere in the past, bathed in the first light at dawn.
The artist intended to reflect the beauty of the Buddhist site and provided an indirect meaning of existing Buddhism and Dharma which is obvious and inseparable. ‘The stupa-like pagodas’ are a wonder built by love and faith in Buddhism. ‘The dawn’ is the light of Dharma, virtue, and prosperity. The light at dawn makes the stupas more outstanding which conveys the stability of Buddhism.