My inspiration: MARSI

Princess Marsi was born in 1931 and was the only daughter of H.R.H Prince Chumbot of Nagara Svarga and Mom Rajawongse Pantip (Devakul) Paribatra. Princess Marsi was remarkably talented in many areas, such as arts, art history, painting and music. She received Doctorate degrees in Literature from the University of Paris and in Art History from the University of Madrid. After giving up her teaching career, Princess Marsi trained herself in art, and created painting of unique and fantastic beauty, which reflected the meaning of life and death, making her widely recognized internationally.
Princess Marsi lived a simple life in a small village in Southern France for 40 years, surrounded by flowers, a river and a menagerie of animals, which have always been important elements in her paintings. In 2004, Princess Marsi fell ill and was unable to paint but still lived amidst nature, music and pets in “Vellara” in Annot, France, until the last moments of life on July 2013.

Excerpted from “Aesthetic of Marsi –  art exhibition of princess Marsi Paribatra”

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Art Exhibition of Princess Marsi Piribatra
7 November – 23 December 2018 , Exhibition room 5-8,
The National Gallery, Chaofa Road, Bangkok
9.00 a.m. – 6.30 p.m. (Closed on Mondays and Tuesdays )

นิทรรศการแสดงภาพเขียนของหม่อมเจ้ามารศีสุขุมพันธ์ บริพัตร
7 พฤศจิกายน – 23 ธันวาคม 2561 ณ ห้องนิทรรศการ 5-8
พิพิธภัณฑสถานแห่งชาติ หอศิลป์ ถนนเจ้าฟ้า กรุงเทพฯ
เวลา 9.00 – 18.30 น. (ปิดวันจันทร์และอังคาร)

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