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Tiger Family | Cleveland Museum of Art. Korea, late 18th century. Gradually, the tiger gained popularity in folk paintings as a protector to drive away evil spirits. It was also thought to be a messenger of sansin, the mountain spirit in Korean shamanism. Leopards were mistakenly thought to be baby tigers, and were often painted with the mother tiger, as in this painting.