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    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON | Love, 2012
      Mar. 15, 2023

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON | Love, 2012

      Est: S$6,800 - S$10,000

      Oil on canvas: 128 x 129 cm Signed and dated, lower left: Jirapat Tatsanasomboon 2012

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    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON | Untitled (Playboy)
      Aug. 21, 2022

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON | Untitled (Playboy)

      Est: IDR50,000,000 - IDR70,000,000

      87 x 87cm; 88.5 x 88.5cm (with frame) acrylic on canvas signed and dated 09 lower right Provenance: Private collection, Singapore 吉拉帕特·塔萨纳松布恩《无题(花花公子)》2009年作 亚克力 画布

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    • Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) - Batman vs Phratou 85 x 70 cm (frame: 105 x 9 x 5 cm)
      Sep. 24, 2020

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) - Batman vs Phratou 85 x 70 cm (frame: 105 x 9 x 5 cm)

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) Batman vs Phratou acrylic on canvas 85 x 70 cm (frame: 105 x 9 x 5 cm) signed lower right

      Lawsons
    • Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) - Batman vs Phratou 85 x 70 cm
      Nov. 28, 2019

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) - Batman vs Phratou 85 x 70 cm

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) Batman vs Phratou acrylic on canvas 85 x 70 cm signed lower right

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    • Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) - Batman vs Phratou 85 x 70cm
      Oct. 24, 2019

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) - Batman vs Phratou 85 x 70cm

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (1971 - ) Batman vs Phratou acrylic on canvas 85 x 70cm signed lower right

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    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (THAILAND, B. 1971) Hanuman is Upset! acrylic on canvas 100 x 100.5 cm. (39 3/8 x 39 5/8 in.)
      May. 26, 2019

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (THAILAND, B. 1971) Hanuman is Upset! acrylic on canvas 100 x 100.5 cm. (39 3/8 x 39 5/8 in.)

      Est: $50,000 - $70,000

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (THAILAND, B. 1971) Hanuman is Upset! signed and dated ‘Jirapat Tatsanasomboon 2005’ (lower right) acrylic on canvas 100 x 100.5 cm. (39 3/8 x 39 5/8 in.) Painted in 2005

      Christie's
    • Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (Thai, b. 1971) Heroine on a White Horse (Botero), 2011
      Mar. 29, 2019

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (Thai, b. 1971) Heroine on a White Horse (Botero), 2011

      Est: HKD45,000 - HKD60,000

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (Thai, b. 1971) Heroine on a White Horse (Botero), 2011 signed and dated 'Jirapat Tatsanasomboon, 2011', lower left.oil on canvas130 x 99 cm. (51 1/8 x 39 in.) 吉朗帕 在白馬上的英雄 (波特羅) 油彩畫布 二零一一年作BUDDHISM AND THAI ARTDue to its strategic location at the heart of the Indochinese peninsula, the land of the Thai people took central stage in the trans-regional trading networks along the Maritime Silk Route, reciprocally influencing and engaging with great kingdoms through artistic patronage, Buddhist scriptures, and imagery. Until 1932, Thailand was ruled by an absolute monarchy, with the political notion of kingship taken from the Buddhist concept of a dhammaraja. The nature of sovereignty was thus that of a just king acting in accordance with the 10 dhamma virtues, including integrity and self-restraint, combined with the Hindu concept of an all-powerful god-king. Even today, Buddhism takes prime position in the socio-religious climate of the country, largely due to the substantial historic preoccupation of Thai art with promoting the Buddha's teachings. A 'Thai style' crystallised to its famed, iconic forms through the Sukhothai (1238–1438), Lan Na (13–18th c.), U-Thong (12–15th c.), and Ayutthaya (1350–1767) kingdoms, culminating in the arts of the Bangkok/Rattanakosin period (1782–1932). This period is characterised by highly decorative motifs, reflecting the prevailing aesthetics of places of worship as well as the Thai Royal Court.It was in 1238, upon establishment of the kingdom of Sukhothai, that Thailand entered a golden age of artistic magnificence. Freed from the shackles of the Khmers and under the inspired reign of Rama Khamhaeng (1279–1298), an exquisite, idealised original style is initiated, producing innovative interpretations of the Buddha's form.The classic example is the image of the Sukhothai Walking Buddha, with its smooth sinuous forms: an oval face, a high curvilinear nose, and unique physiognomic and symbolic expression of spirit; a style that emphasises the transcendental qualities of the Buddha. Recognition of and connection to grace and serenity are so profound that in Thai, the Walking Buddha is just called 'graceful' (lila) ("The Walking Buddha". Description by The Walters Art Museum. Retrieved February 2019 via https://art.thewalters.org/detail/36064/walking-buddha). Freestanding images of the Buddha were not represented elsewhere in Asia prior to this innovation of 14th century Thai sculptors in Sukhothai. These figures thus attest to the period's high technical accomplishment. Rather than a fulfilling act of personal expression, all art before the 20th century served ritual and devotional purposes, in an act of merit-making. Laypeople, priestly castes, and the royal courts provided patronage to the world of religious art for the sustenance and supply of temples, icons, and empires. In the Thai painting tradition, the Buddha was widely represented in scenes re-enacting significant events of his life, including 547 previous lives, which are described in the Jātaka tales of the Pāli Canon. In the early 20th century, Thailand underwent an artistic renaissance following the establishment of the Faculty of Painting and Sculpture at Silpakorn University in 1943. A dedicated Florentine academic, Professor Silpa Bhirasri (1892–1962), provided tutelage, resources, and the knowledge and equipment of Western style and techniques to domestic artists. These pioneers of a distinct and contemporary Thai art laid the groundwork for the next generation of artists, who further expanded upon these themes. Artists such as Khien Yimsiri (b. 1922) (Lot 50-52) and Pichai Nirand (b. 1936) (Lot 58) actively pushed the boundaries of accepted ideas and mediums, reinterpreting not only classical forms, but the philosophy behind them in a personal vernacular. The torch of revitalisation was passed on to the likes of Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (b. 1971) (Lot 48) and Natee Utarit (b. 1970) (Lot 32), the likes of whom practise invigorated contemporary ideas through a prism of Thai artistic tradition. Such examples relate to authentic, proud self-expression and the trend for new mediums and styles in realist forms.While Tatsanasomboon's Heroine on a White Horse (Lot 48) strongly evokes Botero's Woman on Horse, his Thai protagonist appears as a diminutive apsara in Rattanakosin finery. Here, the feminine cast of Buddhism's rich tapestry of characters is celebrated. Utarit takes an opposing stance with his Golden Buddha painting (Lot 32). The overall monumentality and corpulent exaggeration are in keeping with the iconography of this incarnation of Maitreya, the Future Buddha, introduced to South East Asia from China. Plump and fresh-faced, exuding peace and joy, he is an embodiment of contentment in the present and good fortune to come. (On display at The Met Fifth Avenue, Gallery 520. "The Buddhist Disciple Phra Sankachai". Description by The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Retrieved February 2019 from https://www.metmuseum.org/art/collection/search/56784)

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    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (THAILAND, B. 1971) - PEACE (AFTER K. HARING)
      May. 28, 2017

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (THAILAND, B. 1971) - PEACE (AFTER K. HARING)

      Est: $60,000 - $90,000

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (THAILAND, B. 1971) PEACE (AFTER K. HARING) acrylic on canvas 129 x 99.5 cm. (50 3/4 x 39 1/8 in.)

      Christie's
    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON THAILAND, B. 1971) PUFF! AFTER A. WARHOL) acrylic on
      Nov. 27, 2016

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON THAILAND, B. 1971) PUFF! AFTER A. WARHOL) acrylic on

      Est: $60,000 - $90,000

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON THAILAND, B. 1971) PUFF! AFTER A. WARHOL) acrylic on canvas 130 x 120 cm. 51 1/8 x 47 1/4 in.)

      Christie's
    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (Thai, B. 1971) Take Me, Please!
      May. 31, 2015

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (Thai, B. 1971) Take Me, Please!

      Est: $55,000 - $65,000

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (Thai, B. 1971) Take Me, Please! acrylic on canvas 129 x 129 cm. (50 3/4 x 50 3/4 in.)

      Christie's
    • Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (b. 1971)
      May. 26, 2013

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (b. 1971)

      Est: -

      Jirapat Tatsanasomboon (b. 1971) The Worthless Crown signed and dated 'Jirapat Tatsanasomboon 2012' (lower left) oil on canvas 128 x 128 cm. (50 3/8 x 50 3/8 in.) Painted in 2012

      Christie's
    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON
      Nov. 25, 2012

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON

      Est: $38,000 - $50,000

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (Thai, B. 1971) Love signed and dated 'Jirapat Tatsanasomboon 2012' (lower left) oil on canvas 128 x 129 cm. (50 3?8 x 50 3?4 in.) Painted in 2012

      Christie's
    • JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON
      May. 27, 2012

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON

      Est: $32,000 - $48,000

      JIRAPAT TATSANASOMBOON (Thai, B. 1971) Rain or Shine (after R. Lichtenstein) signed and dated 'Jirapat Tatsanasomboon 2010' (lower left) acrylic on canvas 100 x 130 cm. (39 ? x 51 1/8 in.) Painted in 2010

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