View into the Palace of Meuang Lanka, where Hapkanasouane is recognizable by his naga crown [and who —along with his wife and courtiers— now all have demonic faces]
August 2010 (photography), digital photograph, 1969-73 (building construction), 1975 (original mural painting), Panel 8 locator, Vat Keng, Vang Vieng, Complete digitally replicated temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida
Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida, whose beauty and virtues had become known to them, but whose hand could only be won through undergoing an ordeal., Panel 11 (detail) locator, former image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane., Complete archival temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana., Thit Panh, lead artist, scanned color negative print, ca. 1925 (building construction), 1938 (original mural painting), 1998 (photography), December 2000 (building demolition), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida
Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida, whose beauty and virtues had become known to them, but whose hand could only be won through undergoing an ordeal., Panel 11 (detail) locator, new image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Mr. Chaeunphone, lead artist; Lao PDR Faculty of Fine Arts, Vientiane, 12 megapixel digital photograph, 2001-2006 (building construction), May-July 2010 (cartooning and colorization), August 2010 (photography), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida
ca. 1925 (building construction), 1938 (original mural painting), December 2000 (building demolition), Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida, whose beauty and virtues had become known to them, but whose hand could only be won through undergoing an ordeal., Panel 11 (detail), former image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete archival temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Thit Panh, lead artist, scanned color negative/print, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida
digital photograph, 2001-2006 (building construction), May-July 2010 (cartooning and colorization), Phra Lam and Phra Lak mount their magical horse Manikap to seek out Nang Sida, whose beauty and virtues had become known to them, but whose hand could only be won through undergoing an ordeal., Panel 11 (detail), new image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete digitally replicated temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Mr. Chaeunphone, lead artist; Lao PDR Faculty of Fine Arts, Vientiane, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
The sage is angry. Chao Laksi throws Nang Khaysi’s two bastard sons, Thao Sangkip and Thao Palichanh, into a river
1998 (photography), scanned color negative print, Panel 17 locator, former image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete archival temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Thit Panh, lead artist, The illegitimate twins, swept away by the current, are rescued far downstream. The butterfly, completely unconnected with the storyline, was spontaneously added by the delighted Abbot, who had commissioned the monk-artist Thit Panh to paint the Lao Ramayana murals., ca. 1925 (building construction), 1938 (original mural painting), December 2000 (building demolition), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
The sage is angry. Chao Laksi throws Nang Khaysi’s two bastard sons, Thao Sangkip and Thao Palichanh, into a river
August 2010 (photography), digital photograph, Panel 17 locator, new image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete archival temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Mr. Chaeunphone, lead artist; Lao PDR Faculty of Fine Arts, Vientiane, 2001-2006 (building construction), May-July 2010 (cartooning and colorization), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
The cave of a hermit and the cave of Ms. (or Mrs.?) Sikhai. Pha Theung Pha Chanh is waiting for his child to come when he sees Pha Sa being angry. He therefore orders him to go down to the city
(incomplete translation by Ian Baird, 2011), August 2010 (photography), digital photograph, 1969-73 (building construction), 1975 (original mural painting), While the content of the caption of this panel at Vat Keng partly follows the captions at Vat Oub Mong, the text, the nomenclature (place names and proper names), and the visual subject matter differ very considerably here from the analogous panel(s) at Vat Oub Mong (of which the 1938 Thit Panh murals, can be seen as inspirational –if not prototypical)., The caves of the hermit Chao Laksi, where --after committing adultery with the sun god and and the moon god-- Nang Khaysi gives birth to the twins Thao Sangkip and Thao Palichanh., Panel 17 locator, Vat Keng, Vang Vieng, temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
The cave of a hermit and the cave of Ms. (or Mrs.?) Sikhai. Pha Theung Pha Chanh is waiting for his child to come when he sees Pha Sa being angry. He therefore orders him to go down to the city
digital photograph, 1969-73 (building construction), 1975 (original mural painting), “Cave of the hermit and Naang Sidakai. Pa-Theung, Pa-Janthaa secretly come to play. Her husband got upset and shoots her (like a spear) which landed her in Muang Singkipmanijan”. (translation by Phet Haverkos, 2011)., (incomplete translation by Ian Baird, 2011), at Vat Oub Mong, the text, the nomenclature (place names and proper names), and the visual subject matter differ very considerably here from the analogous panel(s) at Vat Oub Mong (of which the 1938 Thit Panh murals, can be seen as inspirational –if not prototypical)., Panel 17, Vat Keng, Vang Vieng, While the content of the caption of this panel at Vat Keng partly follows the captions at Vat Oub Mong, the text, the nomenclature (place names and proper names), and the visual subject matter differ very considerably here from the analogous panel(s) at Vat Oub Mong (of which the 1938 Thit Panh murals, can be seen as inspirational –if not prototypical)., complete temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana., This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
The sage is angry. Chao Laksi throws Nang Khaysi’s two bastard sons, Thao Sangkip and Thao Palichanh, into a river
scanned color negative/print, The illegitimate twins, swept away by the current, are rescued far downstream. (The butterfly, completely unconnected with the storyline, was spontaneously added by the delighted Abbot, who had commissioned the monk-artist Thit Panh to paint the Lao Ramayana murals., ca. 1925 (building construction), 1938 (original mural painting), December 2000 (building demolition), Panel 17, former image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, complete temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
The sage is angry. Chao Laksi throws Nang Khaysi’s two bastard sons, Thao Sangkip and Thao Palichanh, into a river
digital photograph, 2001-2006 (building construction), May-July 2010 (cartooning and colorization), Un-numbered panel, new image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete digitally replicated temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, The illegitimate twins, swept away by the current, are rescued far downstream. (The butterfly, completely unconnected with the storyline, was spontaneously added by the delighted Abbot, who had commissioned the monk-artist Thit Panh to paint the Lao Ramayana murals., Mr. Chaeunphone, lead artist; Lao PDR Faculty of Fine Arts, Vientiane, This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Battle in the cave between Sangkip and the buffalo Thoraphi (Dahlapi). Cloudy blood flowing out would be the buffalo’s, while clear blood meant that Sankhip was killed and the cave must be sealed
1998 (photography), scanned color negative/print, ca. 1925 (building construction), 1938 (original mural painting), December 2000 (building demolition), Panel 19, former image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, complete temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana., a sudden rainfall diluted and clarified Thoraphi’s blood, and following his brother’s instructions, Phalichan blocked the cave entrance with a giant boulder. (On the right of the full panel, previous to the duel in the cave, Thorapi defeats his father and inherits the buffalo harem.), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Battle in the cave between Sangkip and the buffalo Thoraphi (Dahlapi). Cloudy blood flowing out would be the buffalo’s, while clear blood meant that Sankhip was killed and the cave must be sealed
August 2010 (photography), digital photograph, 2001-2006 (building construction), May-July 2010 (cartooning and colorization), panel, 19 new image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete digitally replicated temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Mr. Chaeunphone, lead artist; Lao PDR Faculty of Fine Arts, Vientiane, a sudden rainfall diluted and clarified Thoraphi’s blood, and following his brother’s instructions, Phalichan blocked the cave entrance with a giant boulder. (On the right of the panel, previous to the duel in the cave, Thorapi defeats his father and inherits the buffalo harem.), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Battle in the cave between Sangkip and the buffalo Thoraphi (Dahlapi). Cloudy blood flowing out would be the buffalo’s, while clear blood meant that Sankhip was killed and the cave must be sealed
1998 (photography), scanned color negative print, Panel 19 locator, former image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete archival temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Thit Panh, lead artist, ca. 1925 (building construction), 1938 (original mural painting), December 2000 (building demolition), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.
Battle in the cave between Sangkip and the buffalo Thoraphi (Dahlapi). Cloudy blood flowing out would be the buffalo’s, while clear blood meant that Sankhip was killed and the cave must be sealed
August 2010 (photography), digital photograph, Panel 19 locator, new image hall interior, Vat Oub Mong, Vientiane, Complete archival temple interior murals of Phralak-Phralam, the Lao Ramayana, Mr. Chaeunphone, lead artist; Lao PDR Faculty of Fine Arts, Vientiane, 2001-2006 (building construction), May-July 2010 (cartooning and colorization), This item digitized and made available online with funds provided by United States Department of Education, TICFIA (Technological Innovation and Cooperation for Foreign Information) Grant P337A05006.