(Korea) by Lady Shin Saimdang (1504-1551). ca 16th century CE. Joseon Kingdom, Korea. colors on paper.

(Korea) Folder Screens by Lady Shin Saimdang ca century CE. colors on paper.

"Watermelon" by Shin Sa-im-dang (1512-1559), a renowned female painter of the Chosun Dynasty. Shin Sa-im-dang is one of the most famous artists in Korean history and is known for her depictions of plants and animals.

"Watermelon" by Shin Sa-im-dang a renowned female painter of the Chosun Dynasty. Shin Sa-im-dang is one of the most famous artists in Korean history and is known for her depictions of plants and animals.

Shin Saimdang (申師任堂, October 29, 1504 – May 17, 1551) was a Korean artist, writer, calligraphist, noted poet, and the mother of the Korean Confucian scholar Yulgok. Often held up as a model of Confucian ideals, her respectful nickname was Eojin Eomeoni (어진 어머니; "Wise Mother").[1][2] Her real name was Inseon. Her pennames were Saimdang, Inimdang and Imsajae.

Shin Saimdang (申師任堂, October 1504 – May was a Korean artist…

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