Although Korea’s cultural connections with China and Japan form a crucial part of its history, Korea also has a visually rich and technically sophisticated artistic tradition that is separate and distinct from that of its larger East Asian neighbors.
This publication introduces Korea’s artistic achievement and places it in the context of its history and religions. Works include Buddhist paintings, celadon wares, and white porcelain vessels, inlaid lacquerwares, and traditional musical instruments.
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