Korean Shamanism - Mushindo

"Mushindo" are the paintings of the gods and spirits that are personally invoked by individual Korean Mudang (Shamans). They are usually displayed in the Mudang's spirit house, and can be taken to other places for display during a Kut (shaman ritual).
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Mountain God, Sansin, with his tiger and surrounded by long-life symbols such as deer and cranes. Ink & mineral colours on hemp & paper.      Joseon Dynasty, c.1900-1925.

Mountain God, Sansin, with his tiger and surrounded by long-life symbols such as deer and cranes. Ink & mineral colours on hemp & paper. Joseon Dynasty, c.1900-1925.

Mountain Spirit, 19th Century Korea, artist unknown

Mountain Spirit, 19th Century Korea, artist unknown

Sanshin the Mountain-spirit - Painting of Sanshin Mountain-spirit at Jiri-san Hwaeom-sa Monastery

Sanshin the Mountain-spirit - Painting of Sanshin Mountain-spirit at Jiri-san Hwaeom-sa Monastery

Mushindo Seongsu-manura

Mushindo Seongsu-manura

용유도 섬돌이하다 만난 '눈물 흘리는 부처'

용유도 섬돌이하다 만난 '눈물 흘리는 부처'

Daeshin Halmeoni - Great Spirit Grandmother

Daeshin Halmeoni - Great Spirit Grandmother

Great Spirit Grandmother 대신 할머니

Great Spirit Grandmother 대신 할머니

Songsu Daeshin - The Protection Spirit

Songsu Daeshin - The Protection Spirit

Sanshin - The Mountain Spirit

Sanshin - The Mountain Spirit

Bair Gongju (Princess Bari - the Forsaken Princess)

Bair Gongju (Princess Bari - the Forsaken Princess)

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