Sacred images of goddesses remain in the shadowed alcoves of Preah Khan temple.
Paintings and sketches by a prolific artist who visited Angkor starting from 1919.
Where did the elegant dames and gents of the Khmer Empire source the textiles for their garments?
First technical investigation of the West Mebon Viṣṇu
Rich iconongraphy and historical background on Burmese Buddhist Art.
The New York Metropolitan Museum of Art currently holds some 250 artworks from Ancient Cambodia.
The builders, stone types and building techniques behind the Angkorean temples.
The controversial matter of Khmer antiquities appropriation by private collectors and foreign museums.
An impressive collection of devatas and apsaras graces the small temple of Ta Som, north-east of Angkor Thom.
A thorough study of the female figures "inhabiting" Angkor Wat leads the author to novel considerations about the symbolic and...
How Hindu or other objects of earlier periods have been worshipped as neak tā by the communities living nearby the...
"Harmony, gentleness and endearment" in Khmer statuary and sculptural art.
The alternance of "bright" and "dull" periods in Khmer sculptuary art.
Heartfelt portraits of Cambodian people living within the Angkorian territory in the 1990s.
Were the builders of Phimai following a "visual narrative program"?
George Groslier's encyclopaedia-like sum on the Ancient Khmer civilization, "d'après les textes et les monuments depuis les premiers siècles de...
The Ananta serpent of Hindi origin and the Khmer Naga motifs in Angkorian sculptures and ornaments.
Sculptures, bas-reliefs, frescoes, through archives and publications during Angkor's rediscovery.
Garments and hand gestures of devata (goddesses) as indicators for historians and archeologists.
A French traveler, Pierre Loti's close friend, recalls his visit to Angkor and Phnom Penh
The first major study on Khmer arts and culture in the Russian language.