Friday, February 18, 2011

Painting in Korea

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Blogger papabear said...

Glad you and your family had a good trip!

It seems to me that this sort of traditional painting could lend itself to the development of a Korean iconography?

(The second potrait in the article does remind me of Buddhist paintings, but I'm not an Asian art expert.)

3:04 AM  
Blogger The Western Confucian said...

Excellent observation. It didn't dawned on me how much the portrait of the kisaeng-martyr looked like an icon. The second portrait does look like the ubiquitous paintings of Bodhidharma.

7:17 AM  

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