Folk Painting - Handbook of Korean Art
Book in English - with 314 colour illustrations.
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There is no better source on Korean art in English. Most of the book is folk paintings, organized along traditional subject matter for folk paintings: dragons, divine animals, fables, longevity, peonies, birds and flowers, plants and insects, tigers, stationery, and others.
The dictionary-style explanation of common symbols located in the appendix is a good point of departure for appreciating all those museums.
Appreciating Folk Paintings
Hwajodo - Paintings of Flowers and Birds
Ynhwado - Paintings of Lotus
Ch’och’ungdo - Paintings of Plants and Insects
Sogwado - Paintings of Vegetables and Fruits
Morando - Paintings of Paeonies
Shipchangsaengdo - Paintings for Longevity
Ch’aekkri - Paintings of Stationery
Munchado - Paintings of Characters
haedo - Paintings of Fish and Crabs
Hodo - Paintings of Tigers
Yongdo - Paintings of Dragons
Yngsudo - Paintings of Divine Animals
Toskhwa - Paintings of Buddhist and Taoist Masters
Sansuhwa - Paintings of Landscape
P’ungsokdo - Paintings of Popular Customs
Slhwado - Paintings of Fables
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