Description The events depicted are as follows: 1. Prince Siddhattha goes outside the palace 2. Prince Siddhatta returns to the palace 3. Prince Siddhattha leaves his wife and child 4. The Great Departure 5. Prince Siddhatta cuts his hair 6. Gotama as a monk? 7. The steed, Kanthaka and the charioteer Channain; scenes of distress 8. Gotama on resting on his way through the mango forest 9. The first meal after his ordination 10. Buddha receives the understanding of King Bhimisara 11. Gotama approaches a teacher 12. The lesson of the three strings 13. Gotama accepts rice from Sujata 14. Gotama casts his bowl into the river 15. Sotthiya gives Gotama grass to sit upon 16. The enlightenment of the Buddha: victory over Mara: calling the earth to witness 17. Inscription
- Exhibition of Thai Paintings from James Bogle's Collection. Lycoming College Gallery, Williamsport. 1981-2002.
Provenance Chait Gallery/Auctioneers, 9330 Civic Center Drive, Beverly Hills, California [date and mode of acquisition unknown]; Collection of James E. Bogle, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, March 23, 1997, by purchase; Walters Art Museum, 2010, by gift.
Credit Gift of Mr. James E. Bogle, 2010
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