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The development and the history of the (graphic art) print techniques from the period of King Rama V to King Rama IX

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        A research study on the development of printmaking in Thailand from the reign of King Rama 5 to the reign of King Rama 9. Study the prints that are printed, and printed with printmaking techniques, including the printed content. That how story is presented, how are techniques and content different from those in the reign of King Rama IX. Studying the illustrations in the book, original print, and ask those who have knowledge of ancient publications and illustrations to show the systematic development.

        Techniques and content over a hundred years is a difference. By the reign of King Rama V, techniques and content in printmaking, metallurgy, lithography, and woodblock prints are used. The content focuses on portraits of King Rama V, royal portraits, and high-ranking officials, including important places of life of the villagers.

         During the reigns of King Rama 6 to King Rama 8, techniques and content remained the same, not different from the reign of King Rama V There are publications that are commercial works of art have come in. The reign of King Rama IX techniques and content has changed a lot. A variety of printing techniques have been introducedบุคคคล including the content that is printed in a personal manner. Artists are free to present their styles and more international content, modern art no longer sticking to the old concept.

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Title : The development and the history of the (graphic art) print techniques from the period of King Rama V to King Rama IX

Creator : ธานินทร์ ตันตระกูล

Classification : ว.จ 760.118072 ธ515ร

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