Korean Traditional Folk Art

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South Korean illustrator Dani Soon has re-interpreted the fairy tale “Thumbelina” in this series of illustrations.   These lovely works were drawn in “Minhwa style” (민화), combining east and west. In each illustration, Soon drew fish, flowers and rocks, which symbolize good luck, happiness, and longevity.

South Korean illustrator Dani Soon has re-interpreted the fairy tale “Thumbelina” in this series of illustrations. These lovely works were drawn in “Minhwa style” (민화), combining east and west. In each illustration, Soon drew fish, flowers and rocks, which symbolize good luck, happiness, and longevity.

a masterwork by contemporary   artist Ms. Han Sang-su, designated   "Living National Treasure" of classical   Embroidery

a masterwork by contemporary artist Ms. Han Sang-su, designated "Living National Treasure" of classical Embroidery

책가도 - Google 검색

책가도 - Google 검색

korean folk art.

korean folk art.

‘Thumbelina’ Illustrations Drawn In The Style Of South Korean Folk Paintings - DesignTAXI.com

‘Thumbelina’ Illustrations Drawn In The Style Of South Korean Folk Paintings - DesignTAXI.com

Korean folk art tiger stamp

Korean folk art tiger stamp

Hana Seo, Books, pomegranate, 2012

Hana Seo, Books, pomegranate, 2012

Yi Ahm (1499-?), Mother Dog, 15th century, National Museum of Korea.

Yi Ahm (1499-?), Mother Dog, 15th century, National Museum of Korea.

Girls on Behance

Girls on Behance

소년한국 : 소년한국 : [우리 그림 한국화] '씨름-김홍도'

소년한국 : 소년한국 : [우리 그림 한국화] '씨름-김홍도'


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