Mullany, Francis: SYMBOLISM IN KOREAN INK BRUSH PAINTING. Folkestone, 2006. xiv, 414 pp. Over 200 colour and b/w illustrations. 25x18 cm. Cloth.
Explores the heritage of Korean brush and ink painting, from the mid 17th century onwards to modern times. The majority of the book considers the paintings themselves, with a smaller section at the end that alphabetically explores meanings and references in these paintings. Much of this symbolism cross refers to Chinese painting.
Subjects: Painting Symbolism and Designs
Available, as of: 09/09/2018
Was item 147 in printed List 190.
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