The Queen | Sarawut Yasamut

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The Queen, an expressionist painting from Sarawut Yasamut. Yasamut draws inspiration from the clothing in the Baroque and Rococo period, which reflects the luxurious extravagance and the importance of the appearance in the past. The clothing has been a symbol that represents the ranks, powers, and control. However, it does not reveal what is behind those dresses in their minds and thoughts.

Yasamut also compared these stories to what happened in this present era. No matter how many hundred years have passed, the obsession with power and rank still happens in every era. Power is just an illusion and a symbol of deceiving power. Sometimes it is hard to control which later might hurt oneself.

“Where is the real power, or is there only illusion?” – Yasamut

Technique : Oil on canvas

Style : Expressionism

Year created : 2019

Size : 150 W x 200 H cm

Frame : Not framed

Sawawut Yasamut is a Thai expressionist artist bursting with exuberant brushstrokes and vibrant colors reflecting his fast-paced demeanor. Yasamut considers himself fortunate to be doing what he has always wanted to accomplish with his father’s support.

He is a talented artist with Bachelor’s Degree in Painting and Master’s Degree in Applied Arts. Yasamut has gained his inspirations from nature and small creatures in our world. He expresses the inner feelings through a collection of oil paintings.

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Outer appearance influenced the great power?

A few centuries ago, ornamentations and garments were used to indicate a specific characteristic of a person to the society, and also to create his/her own identity to others. The clothing were refined and eventually transformed into a tool to reflect one’s own social rank. Above all, the beauty of the clothes was the driver of the reputation. No doubt that a majority of people scrambled to reach and possess these garments, which cost differently according to their social status.

During the 18th century, the “dress code” and the clothes mirrored the extravagance of France Louis XV’s Royal Court and its courtesans. Both the texture and the pattern of the fabric developed and structured the complicated clothing codes of the aristocracy. The woven fabric industry even became the main vehicle for the wearers to show their prominence and financial influence. The luxurious and extravagant beauty of the toilets even became a remarkable image of the Baroque and the Rococo periods. The trend later extended from France and Italy to England and developed into Victorian Fashion.

An extravagance clothing inspired

Yasamut draws inspiration from the clothing in the Baroque and Rococo period, which reflects the luxurious extravagance and the importance of the appearance in the past. However, the condition still remains the same. The work of Sarawut Yasamut exhibits all the effort of the nobility during these periods to capture attention and differentiate from others through physical appearance, using unlimited imagination and expenses to be the most “seen”. As a result, the perspective of the intrinsic value is forgotten. Yasamut’s artistic project was made to remind us that our judgment of others should not be influenced by physical appearance or position, because, in the end, nothing lasts forever like the intrinsic value of each person.

The theme developed through Sarawut Yasamut’s work illustrates how the outer appearance could not indicate the intrinsic value. No matter how much the facial or external appearance can possibly be sophisticated, enhanced or made-to-impress, it cannot guarantee the inner value of a person.

A little bit about Baroque and Rococo period

Baroque period began in Rome in the early 1600s and spread throughout Europe by the 17th and 18th centuries. It embraced painting, sculpture, architecture, decorative arts, and music. The work that distinguishes the Baroque period is stylistically complex and even contradictory.


Rococo art portrait of Madame de Pompadour (1756)


Rococo period first emerged in France during the 1720s and 30s. The Rococo movement began as a reaction to the more formal grandeur and heaviness of the Baroque style that preceded it, by contrasting it with delicate lightness and whimsy. It is characterized by lightness, elegance, and an exuberant use of curving natural forms in ornamentation. Rococo fashion was based on extravagance, elegance, refinement and decoration.

Get to know Sawawut Yasamut

Sawawut Yasamut is an expressionist artist bursting with exuberant brushstrokes and vibrant colors reflecting his fast-paced demeanor. Yasamut counts himself as lucky to know what he has always wanted to do with the support of his father.

Yasamut holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Painting graduating from Rajamangala University of Technology Thanyaburi and worked as a teacher for 6 consecutive years before earning his Master’s Degree in Applied Arts from the Faculty of Decorative Arts, Silpakorn University. His experiences and studies led him to successfully participate in 40 group exhibitions and 5 solo exhibitions.

He draws inspiration from his surroundings. Some of his best-produced work was inspired from creatures in nature such as the painting of an abstract butterfly. Inspiration comes easily to Yasamut. His vision came from the understanding that a butterfly doesn’t have to fly thousands of kilometers to find its happiness, unlike the hawk or eagle. The butterfly’s simple happiness can be found in the little things in life such as having a loving family.

As a young artist, Yasamut has always believed in the power of social media and the Internet. He understood that the lack of exposure made it difficult for artists to showcase their work to the world. By all means, the increase of social media within today’s world has given these artists the opportunity to channel their energy to various platforms to attract more viewers and buyers.


2002 – Third prize award, 2nd Art Academic Exhibition, Faculty of Fine arts,

Rajamangala University of Technology.

2006 – First prize award, “His majesty the King and the Heritage of Land” Painting

Competition, Ministry of Culture, Tak Pprovince.

2007 – Outstanding film award, “Spirit of Christmas” Short Film Contest.


Solo Exhibition

2014 Exhibition S Code Bangkok Thailand.

2015 Exhibition Connectivity Bangkok Thailand.

2016 Exhibition Oneness Bangkok Thailand.

2018 Exhibition Meet The Celebrities @ DUKE Gallery , Bangkok, Thailand

2019 Exhibition “Art and the Crowned He” Galerie Adler Bangkok, Thailand

Group Exhibition

2005 – South North Artist Exhibition, Naresuan University Art Gallery (Airport).

2006 – Contemporary Art Exhibition, Duriyanart Gallery, Art and Cultural Office, Kamphaeng Phet Rajabhat University.

2007 – Art Exhibition, “The 6th Kroo Silp Lanna”, Chiangmai Province.

2009 – The 13th Thai Short Film and Video Festival.

2011 – Art Exhibition, Beauty Color and Happine

2013 – Art Exhibition Panasonic 15

2013 – Art Exhibition Unique8

2016 – Mythallics An International Artists Group Bangkok, Thailand

2017 – Crossroads Exhibition Artists Group @CENTRAL EMBASSY Bangkok Thailand

2017 – Art exhibition”Kig of heart” Artists Group @Cassia gallery Bangkok Thailand

2017 – Creativity Takes Courage Artists Group @Shambhala Art Village


– Exhibition Group “ First Impression” @Ko Mak, Trat, Thailand

– Exhibition Group Nude “Nu.Dern” @Saton 11 Art Space, Thailand

– Buddist art of siam @CENTRAL WORLD, Bangkok, Thailand

– TA-TO Group Exhibition Thailand

– Artistic aspirations, Ayutthaya

– “Fantasy” exhibition group, Thailand

Additional information

Weight 10 kg
Dimensions 200 × 150 cm


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