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Korean folk painting

Korean folk painting

The Dragon with Cloud Painting. 운룡도 The dragon implies the power of the Chosun dynasty(1392~1910). The painting also contains the wishes for blessing and exorcism of evil spirits.

The Dragon with Cloud Painting. 운룡도 The dragon implies the power of the Chosun dynasty(1392~1910). The painting also contains the wishes for blessing and exorcism of evil spirits.

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Korean Folk Painting

Korean Folk Painting

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Korean Folk Painting

Korean Folk Painting

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Tiger and Magpie Joseon period Korea 19th century

Tiger and Magpie Joseon period Korea 19th century

Traditional Korean Tiger And Magpie

Traditional Korean Tiger And Magpie

Tiger Family Korea, 18th century

Tiger Family Korea, 18th century

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Thorang-i: The tiger as a protecting power. Korea: Joseon dynasty, the Musee Guimet. in the Joseon age, Korea appears to have emerged from the shadow of China and established an identity of its own.  Korean painting included a range of animals, each one a symbol.  The tiger, a compassionate guardian that protected humans. Usually depicted as a gentle creature, the underlying belief was that it was a fearless and valiant animal that would prevent misfortunes and chase away evil spells.

Thorang-i: The tiger as a protecting power. Korea: Joseon dynasty, the Musee Guimet. in the Joseon age, Korea appears to have emerged from the shadow of China and established an identity of its own. Korean painting included a range of animals, each one a symbol. The tiger, a compassionate guardian that protected humans. Usually depicted as a gentle creature, the underlying belief was that it was a fearless and valiant animal that would prevent misfortunes and chase away evil spells.

Korean Folk Painting

Korean Folk Painting

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

Daily Korean Stuff: Korean Tiger Folk Art 1: Tiger and Magpie Paintings (호작도)

korean folk art - tiger

korean folk art - tiger

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