사단법인 한국 민화 연구소

사단법인 한국 민화 연구소

Minhwa 민화. The haetae is an imaginary beast which resembles a lion with small horns. The haetae was regarded as having supernatural powers to prevent such disasters as fires, and thus statues of haetaes were often installed at such places as the entrances to palaces.

Minhwa 민화. The haetae is an imaginary beast which resembles a lion with small horns. The haetae was regarded as having supernatural powers to prevent such disasters as fires, and thus statues of haetaes were often installed at such places as the entrances to palaces.

사단법인 한국 민화 연구소

사단법인 한국 민화 연구소

Korean folk painting

Korean folk painting

한국전통문양

한국전통문양

포토뷰어 :: 일상과 이상

포토뷰어 :: 일상과 이상

Korean Folk Painting

Korean Folk Painting

민화작가 이정옥 초대전…‘민화, 龍꿈꾸다’展, 롯데갤러리 중동점에서 2월1일까지 : 이코노믹리뷰

민화작가 이정옥 초대전…‘민화, 龍꿈꾸다’展, 롯데갤러리 중동점에서 2월1일까지 : 이코노믹리뷰

민화 Korean folk paintings : [조선 민화] 꽃

민화 Korean folk paintings : [조선 민화] 꽃

Shin Saimdang (申師任堂, October 29, 1504 – May 17, 1551) was a Korean artist, writer, calligraphist, noted poet, and the mother of the Korean Confucian scholar Yulgok. Often held up as a model of Confucian ideals, her respectful nickname was Eojin Eomeoni (어진 어머니; "Wise Mother").[1][2] Her real name was Inseon. Her pennames were Saimdang, Inimdang and Imsajae.

Shin Saimdang (申師任堂, October 29, 1504 – May 17, 1551) was a Korean artist, writer, calligraphist, noted poet, and the mother of the Korean Confucian scholar Yulgok. Often held up as a model of Confucian ideals, her respectful nickname was Eojin Eomeoni (어진 어머니; "Wise Mother").[1][2] Her real name was Inseon. Her pennames were Saimdang, Inimdang and Imsajae.

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