Other Buddha in Angkor
This period dates from the abandonment of Angkor in 1431 to the XX century. For structures that do not require hard materials like sandstone (vihara, kuti, pagoda, image of the Buddha) or in case of lack of sandstone, Cambodians used wood as a substitute. This does not mean that there are no pieces made of stone these do exist, but there are very few.Other masterpieces include the bas-relief of temples where an art style inspired by Theravada Buddhism begins to appear. Despite its hardness, wood is much more delicate than stone and is easily damaged by nature and other factors. As a result, very few wooden sculptures remain today. In addition, during the Pol Pot Regime, there was a general destruction of artworks in the Pagodas, considered centers of cultural heritage because Cambodians do not usually keep art objects in their home. Because of this, the lack of post-angkorian art creates many challenges for researchers.
Style in Lao Buddha image.
The post-Bayon khmer style influenced early
Lao Buddha images as in the Pra Bang, which was
the prototype. Later this model became the principal Lao style, especially
with respect to the form of the head and hair shape and lasted until the
late era, being influenced by the Lanna and Sukhothai styles especially in
Buddha seated with folded legs in the Maravijaya posture, the art of Luang
Prabangs craftsmen. Later when Laos further developed its relationships
with Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin, the two styles appear in combination with
Vientiane craftsmanship. The Ayutthaya and Rattanakosin styles were closely
interrelated and were in the same cultural line as Lao art, as were Lanna
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Wood Buddha in Lanna style.
The Lanna Art demonstrates the continuation
with the art before the Lanna Period or Chiang Saen'. The art in this
period started its formation since the time of King Meng Rai the Great, who
was the 25th king of the Lao Dynasty in 1261 AD. The city of Nopburi Sri
Nakhon Ping Chiang Mai was the capital in 1296 AD. The study in the field of
art history reveals that the Lanna Art can be divided into 4 periods. They
are 1st Period-the Establishment of the Kingdom (1261-1355 AD), 2nd
Period-the Prosperity of the Kingdom (1355-1547 AD), 3rd Period-the Burmese
Colonial State (1558-1774 AD) and 4th Period-the Thai Colonial State
List of art style and type Buddha in lanna.
>1. The artisan family from the
capital of Chiang Mai (13th-20th centuries AD),
Therefore, the Lanna Art, the northern art of Thailand, is relatively difficult to classify in comparison with the arts from different smaller kingdoms within the Thai Kingdom.