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Buth Sonrin

Water Color

Size 33.5 x 22 cm

The watercolor painting of the seven-headed naga sculpture at Preahhear temple vividly captures Cambodian art and mythology. The intricate details of the sculpture, showcasing its serpentine bodies and majestic heads, come to life with vibrant colors. In Cambodian mythology, the seven-headed naga symbolizes protection and prosperity, serving as a guardian deity to bring good fortune and ward off evil spirits. The painting not only highlights the artistic beauty but also reflects the deep spiritual beliefs and traditions of the Cambodian people.

Serpentine Symphony

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