King Varanasi 2.7

SKU: 02_27_20140525_MR01_02_7 Category:

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Digital Data

TITLE:
Phrae
AUTHOR:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.
KEYWORDS:
Phare , Lanna Mural Painting , Wat Wiang Ta , Folk tale , Chao Sang Muang being lost in a cave , Mistress Keingkum , Lanna Architecture , Lanna Traditional Costume , King Varanasi , Princes Pimpa , Princes Teapkunya Pa Sin , Pa Sin Teen Jok , Pa Sin Ta , lacquer , lanna textiles pillow
DESCRIPTION:
King Varanasi made a wish and brought the golden kapok tree and planted at the castle. Soon after the kapok pod broke open there was a beautiful baby girl inside so he decided to adopt her as his 8th daughter naming ”Pimpa.”
PUBLISHER:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.
OTHER CONTRIBUTORS:
Photographic Art, Department of Media Art and Design, Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University
DATE:
2014/05/25
RESOURCE TYPE:
Mural Painting
FORMAT:
Image/jpeg
RESOURCE IDENTIFIER:
Chiang Mai House of photography’s qualified committees under board of committee’s control.
SOURCE:
Old Photographic Image
LANGUAGE:
Thai/English
RELATION:
Lanna Architecture, Lanna Traditional Costume, King Varanasi,Princes Pimpa,Princes Teapkunya Pa Sin, Pa Sin Teen Jok, Pa Sin Ta, lacquer,lanna textiles pillow
COVERAGE:
Wat Wiang Ta in Long District, Phrae Province, Northern Thailand.
RIGHT MANAGEMENT:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.

Physical Data

COLLECTION NAME:
Wiang Ta (North)
IMAGE CODE:
02_27_20140525_MR01_02_7
SUBJECT AGE:
1837 – 1867
CATEGORY:
mural painting
PROVENANCE:
Mae Fah Luang Foundation Under Royal Patronage and Faculty of Fine Arts, Chiang Mai University
COVERAGE:
Wat Wiang Ta in Long District, Phrae Province, Northern Thailand.
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ORIGINAL SIZE:
1.74 * 0.84 m
DIGITAL SIZE:
6121 x 4282 Pixels