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Part of Asian Art
Date: second half of the 18th centuryAccession Number: 1979.413.1
Date: first half of the 14th centuryAccession Number: 14.76.6
Date: mid-7th centuryAccession Number: 2003.222
Attributed to Jang Seung-eop (pen name: Owon) (Korean, 1843–1897)
Date: 1894Accession Number: 2014.247
Chae Yongsin (pen name: Seokji) (Korean, 1850–1941)
Date: dated by inscription to 1924Accession Number: 2012.329
Date: late 13th centuryAccession Number: 27.119.11
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Established in 1998, the Arts of Korea Gallery presents the many facets of Korea's distinctive cultural and artistic traditions encompassing all media—ceramics, painting, sculpture, metalwork, lacquer, and textile—from about the fourth century B.C. through today. Displays are regularly rotated to feature either a special exhibition or a thematic installation that highlights a different aspect of the collection.
Masterpieces include an exquisite mid-seventh-century gilt-bronze Pensive Bodhisattva, fourteenth-century Buddhist paintings, Goryeo celadon ceramics, and sixteenth-century landscape and literati paintings.
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