(Korea) 파안흥취 1778 Folder Screens by Kim Hong do (1745-1806). color on paper. National Museum of Korea.

(Korea) 파안흥취 1778 Folder Screens by Kim Hong do (1745-1806). color on paper. National Museum of Korea.

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Choson Dynasty (Joseon) - General Yi Seongye was sent by the Koryo Kingdom (Goryeo) to fight the Ming Dynasty in China, but instead he overthrew the Koryo King and set up a new dynasty.

Choson Dynasty (Joseon) - General Yi Seongye was sent by the Koryo Kingdom (Goryeo) to fight the Ming Dynasty in China, but instead he overthrew the Koryo King and set up a new dynasty.

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탄은 이정, 풍죽

탄은 이정, 풍죽

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Korean folk art. Tiger, birds.

Korean folk art. Tiger, birds.

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Queen Min, the last queen of Korea

Queen Min, the last queen of Korea

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Korean Art and Design Taegon Kim(1822-1846) also known as St. Andrew Kim Taegon, was Korea’s first native born Catholic priest.

Korean Art and Design Taegon Kim(1822-1846) also known as St. Andrew Kim Taegon, was Korea’s first native born Catholic priest.

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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)

Korea, Choson period (1392-1910)

Korea, Choson period (1392-1910)

Sǔng ǒp Chang 장승업 My favorite Korean artist

Sǔng ǒp Chang 장승업 My favorite Korean artist

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Jeong Seon 정선 / 鄭敾 Jeong Seon (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.

Jeong Seon 정선 / 鄭敾 Jeong Seon (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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