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Blue and white porcelain jar in autumn grasses style. 18th Century, Joseon dynasty, Korea

Blue and white porcelain jar in autumn grasses style. 18th Century, Joseon dynasty, Korea

White Porcelain Jar, Joseon Dynasty 15th century, White Clay, Hight 34.0cm(total) National Treasure No.261

White Porcelain Jar, Joseon Dynasty 15th century, White Clay, Hight 34.0cm(total) National Treasure No.261

Kumagawa cup Korea, Joseon dynasty, 16th-17th c National Museum of Tokyo

Kumagawa cup Korea, Joseon dynasty, 16th-17th c National Museum of Tokyo

Buncheong ceramics: A jar with peony decoration from the early 15th century is among the Korean works on view. (Courtesy photo) - BUNCHEONG ...

Buncheong ceramics: A jar with peony decoration from the early 15th century is among the Korean works on view. (Courtesy photo) - BUNCHEONG ...

Maebyeong Period: Goryeo dynasty (918–1392) Date: late 12th–early 13th century Culture: Korea Medium: Stoneware with iron-brown and white-slip decoration of chrysanthemums under celadon glaze

Maebyeong Period: Goryeo dynasty (918–1392) Date: late 12th–early 13th century Culture: Korea Medium: Stoneware with iron-brown and white-slip decoration of chrysanthemums under celadon glaze

[Joseon Dynasty, 15th Century] Buncheong Bottle

[Joseon Dynasty, 15th Century] Buncheong Bottle

Prunus Vase ("Maebyong"), 918-1392 - Korea, Goryeo period (936-1392) - iron-black ware

Prunus Vase ("Maebyong"), 918-1392 - Korea, Goryeo period (936-1392) - iron-black ware

Joseon, Korea, the first Half of the 18th century

Joseon, Korea, the first Half of the 18th century

Standing Buddha, Three Kingdoms period, Goguryeo kingdom (37 B.C.–668 A.D.), dated kimi year (539) From Uiryong, South Gyongsang Province Gilt bronze, H. 6 3/8 in. (16.3 cm) The National Museum of Korea, Seoul National Treasure no. 119 - Earliest known statue, has 2 liones that relate to the origin of the Buddha who was a prince ( lion symbolize his royal statue). in meditating gesture.

Standing Buddha, Three Kingdoms period, Goguryeo kingdom (37 B.C.–668 A.D.), dated kimi year (539) From Uiryong, South Gyongsang Province Gilt bronze, H. 6 3/8 in. (16.3 cm) The National Museum of Korea, Seoul National Treasure no. 119 - Earliest known statue, has 2 liones that relate to the origin of the Buddha who was a prince ( lion symbolize his royal statue). in meditating gesture.

Selected Artworks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Selected Artworks | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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