In Cambodia, many frescoes were painted on the walls of pagodas during the XVIth and XVIIth centuries. These frescoes narrate not only scenes of religious life and routine daily life but also the epic Ramayana. The silk paintings were completely handmade by our artisans; they displayed the same themes of the frescoes, and also depict Cambodia’s typical countryside landscape. These poetic paintings may give you a genuine overview of life in Cambodia while ornamenting discreetly your home interior. In Cambodia, painting is never an end in itself but a medium of communication in a society with its peculiar customs and beliefs.