Handbook of Korean ART
by Yeolsu Yoon
This book is available for download on your iPad with iBooks or on your computer with iTunes.
The new edition, “Handbook of Korean ART” has all informations of Folk painting of Korea.
This volume presents in-depth survey of a unique genre of Korean painting that flourished during the 18th to the early 20th centuries. Viewed at the time as inferior to the traditional mainstream of classical Chinese scholar-painting, Korean folk painting was the work of humble artists who declined, indeed, were probably unable to inscribe the date or their names on the masterpieces.
Easy to use, informative and it keeps you interested in art.
Appreciating Folk Paintings
Hwajodo: Paintings of Flowers and Birds
Y˘onhwado: Paintings of Lotus
Ch’och’ungdo: Paintings of Plants and Insects
Morando: Paintings of Paeonies
Sogwado: Paintings of Vegetables and Fruits
Ch’aekko˘ri :Paintings of Bookshelves and Stationery
Munchado: Paintings of Characters
˘Ohaedo: Paintings of Fish and Crabs
Hodo: Paintings of Tigers
Yongdo: Paintings of Dragons
Y˘ongsudo: Paintings of Divine Animals
Tos˘okhwa: Paintings of Buddhist and Taoist Theme
Sansuhwa: Paintings of Landscape
P’ungsokdo: Paintings of Popular Customs
S˘olhwado: Paintings of Fables
- Available on iPad.
- Category: Art & Architecture
- Published:Aug 08, 2013
- Publisher: Orangedigit Inc.
- Seller: Orange Digit Inc
- Print Length: 28 Pages
- Language: English
- Version: 1.0
Requirements: This book can only be viewed using iBooks 3.0 or later on an iPad. iOS 5.1 or later is required.