Korean folk painting

Korean folk painting

Myojakdo - Cats and Sparrows | ink and color painting, ca. 1850 | Sang-Byok Pyon ----------------------------------------------- National Museum of Korea

Myojakdo - Cats and Sparrows | ink and color painting, ca. 1850 | Sang-Byok Pyon ----------------------------------------------- National Museum of Korea

Ten Longevity Symbols. Artist/maker unknown, Korean. Geography: Made in Korea, Asia. Period: Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). Date: 19th century. Medium: Ink and colors on paper; framed.

Ten Longevity Symbols. Artist/maker unknown, Korean. Geography: Made in Korea, Asia. Period: Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). Date: 19th century. Medium: Ink and colors on paper; framed.

백살소멸만복부' 목판 원판. (한국)

백살소멸만복부' 목판 원판. (한국)

Korean Folk Art Cranes

Korean Folk Art Cranes

Tiger, Magpies, and Pines Korea, 19th Century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tiger, Magpies, and Pines Korea, 19th Century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tiger, Magpies, and Pines Korea, 19th Century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Tiger, Magpies, and Pines Korea, 19th Century The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

(Korea) Daylily & Butterfly by Shim Sa-jeong (1707-1769). Joseon Kingdom, Korea. ca 18th century CE. colors on silk. 원추리와 나비

(Korea) Daylily & Butterfly by Shim Sa-jeong (1707-1769). Joseon Kingdom, Korea. ca 18th century CE. colors on silk. 원추리와 나비

(Korea) Daylily & Butterfly by Shim Sa-jeong (1707-1769). Joseon Kingdom, Korea. ca 18th century CE. colors on silk. 원추리와 나비

(Korea) Daylily & Butterfly by Shim Sa-jeong (1707-1769). Joseon Kingdom, Korea. ca 18th century CE. colors on silk. 원추리와 나비

The Painting of Traditional Symbols of Longevity. 장생도 The ten traditional Symbols of Longevity are the sun, mountains, water, rocks, pine trees, clouds, the bulaocao, the tortoise, the crane, and deer. Derived from Chinese Daoist philosophy, these items were all traditionally objects of nature worship.

The Painting of Traditional Symbols of Longevity. 장생도 The ten traditional Symbols of Longevity are the sun, mountains, water, rocks, pine trees, clouds, the bulaocao, the tortoise, the crane, and deer. Derived from Chinese Daoist philosophy, these items were all traditionally objects of nature worship.

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