Painting from Thai Ramayana where king gives potion to queen to bear sons

In this painting of a scene from the Thai Ramayana, the king who is destined to be Rama's father gives a potion from the gods to one of his queens so that she will have a son.

The green-skinned king at left and the white-skinned queen at the right sit together on a blue painted platform under a gold-leaf painted arch representing their tiered roof palace at Ayudhya.

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