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Visual arts of Korea GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS The art produced by
peoples living in the peninsula of Korea has traditionally shared aesthetic
concepts, motifs, techniques, and forms with the art of China and Japan. Yet it
has developed ...
The trend toward a national style, established by Chong Son and others, was
followed by Kim Hong-do, Shin Yun-bok, and Kim Tuk-shin, who all painted
national scenes of daily life in Korea with a realism that often bordered on
2, Chinese and Korean Pottery and Porcelain (1964); a.d. brankston, Early Ming
Wares of Ching-te-chen (1938); Stephen bushell, Description of Chinese Pottery
and Porcelain: Being a Translation of the T'ao Shuo (1910); sir harry garner, ...
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