Korean Artworks

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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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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.

art minimal - Buscar con Google

art minimal - Buscar con Google

(Korea) Serenity Vll-65,1965 by Whanki Kim (1913~1974). Oil on canvas. 김환기

(Korea) Serenity Vll-65,1965 by Whanki Kim (1913~1974). Oil on canvas. 김환기

Lee Ufan, 'From point No. 760118,' 1976, Kukje Gallery / Tina Kim Gallery

Lee Ufan, 'From point No. 760118,' 1976, Kukje Gallery / Tina Kim Gallery

SCRAPBOOK : Whanki Kim

SCRAPBOOK : Whanki Kim

김환기 (Kim Whan-ki). Where, in What Form, Shall We Meet Again? (1970). Abstract pointillist painting. The title comes from a verse in Kim Kwang-sup’s poem “In the Evening.”

김환기 (Kim Whan-ki). Where, in What Form, Shall We Meet Again? (1970). Abstract pointillist painting. The title comes from a verse in Kim Kwang-sup’s poem “In the Evening.”

미술정보 :: 네이버 통합검색,   점으로부터 이우환

미술정보 :: 네이버 통합검색, 점으로부터 이우환

lee ufan 1975

lee ufan 1975

By Lee Ufan.  Similar to the one we saw but not the same.

By Lee Ufan. Similar to the one we saw but not the same.

(Korea) Korean Beauty by Chun Kyung-Ja 1924~2015. Korea.

(Korea) Korean Beauty by Chun Kyung-Ja 1924~2015. Korea.


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