Korean sculpture
Korean sculpture has a long history.
Korean sculpture was exported abroad, primarily during the Baekje period to Japan, where Korean Buddhist sculptures from the seventh century still exist. In th...
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Korean jade carving
The tradition of Korean jade carving dates back to neolithic finds along the Namgang river basin in Gyeongju. Jade rings and accessories were worn by the higher classes of society, especially women, f...
Korean jade carving - Wikipedia
Suseok
Suseok (수석), also called viewing stones, is the Korean term for small naturally occurring or shaped rocks which are traditionally valued. Such stones are similar to Chinese scholar's rocks and Japane...
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Korean Buddhist sculpture
Korean Buddhist sculpture is one of the major areas of Korean art. Some of the finest and most technically accomplished Buddhist sculpture in East Asia and World were produced in Korea.Buddhism, ...
Korean Buddhist sculpture - Wikipedia