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KOREAN ART ( 이잠미 )

KOREAN ART ( 이잠미 )

Sun K. Kwak, Korean art, contemporary installation using tape, drawing with tape, 280 Hours, cool art

Sun K Kwak Korean Art Contemporary Installation Using Tape Drawing With Tape 280 Hours Cool Art

겸재(謙齋) 정선(鄭敾, 1676–1759). was a well-known Korean landscape painter, also known as by his pen name Gyeomjae (meaning humble study). He was one of the few known Korean painters to depart from traditional Chinese styles. It is reported that he frequently left his studio and painted the world around him, as he could see it. Soon, Jeong Seon inspired other Korean artists to follow suit, leaving a lasting impact on Korean art of the Joseon era.

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Korean paper fans

Korean Paper Fans

Make a Korean paper fan! This activity is a great way to help your child explore different cultures while she builds her fine motor and arts and crafts skills.

"The Darye" is a traditional form of tea ceremony practiced in Korea. Darye literally refers to "etiquette for tea" or "day tea rite" and has been kept among Korean people for a thousands of years.Tea ceremonies are now being revived in Korea as a way to find relaxation and harmony in the fast-paced new Korean culture, and to preserve the long tradition of intangible Korean art.

Young boys reenact a traditional Korean tea ceremony. "The Darye" is a traditional form of tea ceremony practiced in Korea. Darye literally refers to "etiquette for tea" or "day tea rite" and has been kept among Korean people for a thousands of years.

How To Draw Korean Eye by TanyaGreece on deviantART

How To Draw Korean Eye by TanyaGreece on deviantART (good for figuring out eye colouring)

Byeon Sang-byeok, “Myojakdo [Painting of Cats and Sparrows]” (ca. mid-18th century)

Korean art-Byeon Sangbyeok-Myojakdo-Painting of Cats and - Byeon Sang-byeok - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

chasingtailfeathers: “ The Ten Symbols of Longevity (detail), Korean, Joseon period, c. 1881. Ten-panel folding screen, ink and color on silk. Murray Warner Collection of Oriental Art. ”

"The Ten Symbols of Longevity" (detail), Korean ten-panel folding screen, ink & color on silk, Joseon period (c. (Murray Warner Collection of Oriental Art)

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