Wiang Ta (East) 1.4

SKU: 02_27_20140525_MR01_01_4 Category:

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Digital Data

TITLE:
Phrae
AUTHOR:
Chiang Mai House of Photography, Chiang Mai University.
KEYWORDS:
Phare,Lanna Mural Painting,Folk taleKum Ka Dum,Mistress Chandhadhevi,Phromthat city,Lanna Architecture,Lanna Traditional Costume,Pa sin,Pa Sin Teen Jok,Pa Sin Ta,Lacquer wareTattoo
DESCRIPTION:
Images in this slot consist of 2 separated events. The first event was the image in the bottom left when Mistress Chandhadhevi carried a bag walking and crying out of Phromthat City because she was expelled by Prince Phromthat. Then, the event on the bottom right tells near the end of the story when Kum Ka Dum led his army to wait outside Phromthat City to meet with Prince Phromthat, his father. Prince Phromthat was incited by Kalasena to bring the army to fight against Kum Ka Dum’s army. While marching the army outside the city, Kalasena was finally fallen in the chasm. Finally, Prince Phromthat understood everything and accepted his misunderstanding and invited Mistress Chandhadhevi and Kum Ka Dum to the city.
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:
Mural Painting
LANGUAGE:
Thai/English
RELATION:
Lanna Architecture, Lanna Traditional Costume, Pa Sin, Pa Sin Teen Jok, Pa Sin Ta, Lacquer ware, Tattoo
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 (East)
IMAGE CODE:
02_27_20140525_MR01_01_4
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:
2.10 * 0.87 m
DIGITAL SIZE:
6486 x 3385 Pixels