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作者 Jungmann, Burglind, author
書名 Pathways to Korean culture : paintings of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910 / Burglind Jungmann
出版項 London, UK : Reaktion Books, 2014
國際標準書號 1780233671
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 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  N7363.4 J95 2014    在架上    30530001193366
說明 392 pages : color illustrations, portraits ; 26 cm
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附註 Includes bibliographical references (pages 351-367) and indexes
Introduction -- Part on. The early Joseon Dynasty: neo-Confucian ideals and strategies of reclusion. Chinese antiquity as an ideal of paradise -- Court traditions and literati styles -- Women as artists and patrons -- Strategies of reclusion -- Escapism and diplomatic exchange: Kim Myeongguk and Han Sigak -- Part two. Native themes versus foreign style. The Korean reception of the 'southern school of painting' -- Between old and new: Yun Duseo and Jo Yeongseok -- The question of 'true scenery': Jeong Seon -- Facets of literati art: Sim Sajeong and Gang Sehwang -- Individualist and eccentric: Yi Insang and Choe Buk -- Orthodoxy and revival: from Kim Jeonghui to An Jungsik -- Part three: Documentation, decoration and display: from court painting to folk art. Painting production at court -- The case of Kim Hongdo -- Court painting and Minhwa
Introducing the major works and currents of Joseon painting, Pathways to Korean Culture explores the various social, cultural and political perspectives of this dynamic, dynastic era (1392-1910), uncovering the fascinating history of more than 500 years of Korean art and visual culture. In this book Burglind Jungmann examines an array of themes and aspects of the art world of the Joseon dynasty, from the ink painting tradition of the literati elite to the role of women as both patrons and artists. She looks at the various roles of paintings in Joseon Korea, where they were as important for foreign exchange as they were as a means of escapism, and she explores the dynasty's overarching Confucian ideology, which was constantly at odds with the culture's Buddhist projects. The book investigates select clusters of objects to shed light on the multiple layers of personal, intellectual, aesthetic, religious, sociopolitical and economic contexts in which they are embedded.From palace decorations to established artworks, this book takes a sweeping, comprehensive look at Korean culture and history, exploring its engagement with the West, its political affiliations with China and its unique range of artists. -- Description from (June 26, 2015)
主題 Art, Korean -- Chosŏn dynasty, 1392-1910
Alt Title Paintings of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910
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