Korean painting
Korean painting includes paintings made in Korea or by overseas Koreans on all surfaces. It includes art as old as the petroglyphs through post-modern conceptual art using transient forms of light. Ca...
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Inwang jesaekdo
Inwangjesaekdo ("Clearing After Rain in Mt. Inwangsan" or "After Rain at Mt. Inwang") is a landscape painting by the famous Jeong Seon who painted it during the reign of Joseon Dynasty King Yeongjo in...
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Yi Guji
Guju, Princess of Joseon (Hangul: 현주 이구지, Hanja: 縣主 李仇之, died March 7, 1489) was a dancer, writer, artist, and poet during the Korean Joseon Dynasty. She was a royalty of Joseon, she was the eighth da...
Danwon pungsokdo cheop
Danwon pungsokdo cheop is an album of genre painting (pungsokhwa or pungsokdo) drawn by Kim Hongdo during the late Joseon dynasty. It was named after Kim's pen name, Danwon and comprises the 25 painti...
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Yi Je-hyeon
Yi Je-hyeon (Korean:이제현, hanja:李齊賢, 1287–1367) was a politician and early Korean Neo-Confucianism scholar and philosopher, writer, and poet. His first name was Jigong(korean:지공, hanja:之公). A penname w...
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Yu Gam-dong
Yu Gam-dong (Hangul: 유감동; Hanja: 兪甘同) was a Gisaeng, dancer, writer, artist, and poet during the Korean Joseon Dynastys of the 15th century from the first noble family of dancers, prostitutes. Her Gis...
Bird-and-flower painting
Bird-and-flower painting is a kind of Chinese painting named after its subject matter. Normally, most bird-and-flower paintings belong to the scholar-artist style of Chinese painting.According to Chin...
Myojakdo
Myojakdo (literally, "Painting of Cats and Sparrows") is a Korean painting depicting two cats and sparrows on an old tree, drawn by Byeon Sang-byeok during the late period of the Korean Joseon Dynasty...
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Ink wash painting
Ink wash painting, also known as literati painting is an East Asian type of brush painting that uses black ink—the same as used in East Asian calligraphy, in various concentrations. For centuries, th...
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Donggwoldo
Donggwoldo (literally "Painting of Eastern Palaces") is a representative Korean painting of the early 19th century, depicting the two royal palaces, Changdeokgung and Changgyeonggung during the Joseon...
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Gukjeong chumyo
Gukjeong chumyo is an 18th-century Korean painting depicting a crouching cat under wild chrysanthemum on an autumn day. It was drawn by Byeon Sang-byeok, a representative animal painter during the lat...
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Irworobongdo
Irworobongdo is a Korean folding screen with a highly stylized landscape painting of a sun and moon, five peaks which always was set behind Eojwa, the king’s royal throne during the Joseon Dynasty. It...
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Geumgang jeondo
Geumgang jeondo (금강전도 金剛全圖) is a famous landscape painted by Jeong Seon during the reign of King Yeongjo. The title literally means "General view of Mt. Geumgangsan" or The Diamond Mountains). It was ...
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Four Gentlemen
The Four Gentlemen, also called the Four Noble Ones, in Chinese art refers to four plants: the orchid, the bamboo, the chrysanthemum, and the plum blossom. The term compares the four plants to Confuc...
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Jeon Hyeongpil
Chun Hyeongpil(in Hangul:전형필, in Hanja:全鎣弼, July 29, 1906 ~ January 26, 1962 Seoul) was a Korean educationist and an art collector who gathered hundreds of Korean cultural assets and had the pen name ...
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Jo Hee-ryong
Jo Hee-ryong(in Hangul:조희룡, in Hanja:趙熙龍, 1789~1866) was a painter during late Joseon Dynasty, born in Hanyang, currently Seoul.He grouped Byeokosisa in 1847, visiting Mount Kumgang by the order of Ki...
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T'aenghwa
T'aenghwa (Hangul: 탱화, translation: "hanging-painting"; alternate: Hwaom zhenghua) is a characteristic type of Korean Buddhist visual art. A genre of Buddhist art, the paintings of icons can be on h...
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Hyewon pungsokdo
Hyewon pungsokdo is an album of the genre paintings (pungsokhwa or pungsokdo) drawn by the Korean painter Shin Yunbok during the late Joseon dynasty. It was named after Shin's pen name, Hyewon, and co...
Hyewon pungsokdo - Wikipedia