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Daim Soeurt

Water color

Size 35 x 25 cm

The watercolor portrays the intricate Seven-headed Naga balustrade at Cambodia's Angkor Wat. Vibrant colors and delicate brushwork breathe life into the mythological creature, symbolizing protection and prosperity. Each head represents a virtue, embodying a guardian deity. Gracefully winding toward the temple, the Naga embodies Angkor Wat's spiritual and cultural significance, inspiring awe and reverence.

Seven- Headed Naga Enclave

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