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History & Criticism
  • Author:
    Soon-Chim Jung,Patricia Frick
  • ISBN:
    3777457817
  • ISBN13:
    978-3777457819
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  • Publisher:
    Hirmer Publishers; 1st edition (March 15, 2013)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
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    History & Criticism
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is both visually and intellectually engaging, with the most up-to-date and complete information and extensive illustrations. I heartily recommend this exquisite book to art historians and teachers, as well as the general public.

Recommend this journal.

A traditional art form with a history spanning several thousand years, Korean lacquer art is. .Frick, Patricia, Jung, Soon-Chim, Hwang, Jihyun.

A traditional art form with a history spanning several thousand years, Korean lacquer art is prized for its inimitable artistic and technical perfection. Among the objects photographed for this book are works from the Goryeo and Joseon dynasties, particularly valued periods in the history of lacquer art known for vivid pieces inlaid with mother-of-pearl. Each object in Korean Lacquer Art is described in considerable detail and extensively illustrated.

Patrick Frick, Jihyun Hwang, Soon-Chim Jung. Korean lacquer art is prized for its artistic and technical perfection and its specific, distinctive aesthetics. The works of the Goryeo (918-1392) and the Joseon (1392-1910) dynasties, with their mother-of-pearl inlays, serve as particularly vivid examples of the ingenious manufacturing processes of Korean lacquer craft. These works also represent the multifaceted development of this art form over the centuries.

Aesthetic Perfection. A traditional art form with a history spanning several thousand years, Korean lacquer art is prized for its inimitable artistic and technical perfection. Distributed for Hirmer Publishers. Drawing on a display at the Museum of Lacquer Art in Münster, this beautifully illustrated book introduces readers to outstanding-and often extremely rare-examples of lacquer art, which involves adorning objects with tree sap and intricately inlaying them with shell, gold leaf, or pearl.

Patricia Frick,Monika Kopplin. Published by Hirmer (2012).

Korean Lacquer Art. Frick, Patrick;hwang, Jihyun;jung, Soon-Chim;et Al. ISBN 10: 3777457817 ISBN 13: 9783777457819. Book Description Condition: New. Not Signed; Korean lacquer art is prized for its artistic and technical perfection and its specific, distinctive aesthetics. The works of the Goryeo (918-1392) and the Joseon (1392-1910) dynasties, with their mother-of-pearl inlays, serve as particularly vivid examples of the ingenious manufacturing processes o. book. Patricia Frick,Monika Kopplin.

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A traditional art form with a history spanning several thousand years, Korean lacquer art is prized for its inimitable artistic and technical perfection. Drawing on a display at the Museum of Lacquer Art in Münster, this beautifully illustrated book introduces readers to outstanding—and often extremely rare—examples of lacquer art, which involves adorning objects with tree sap and intricately inlaying them with shell, gold leaf, or pearl. Among the objects photographed for this book are works from the Goryeo and Joseon dynasties, particularly valued periods in the history of lacquer art known for vivid pieces inlaid with mother-of-pearl.            Each object in Korean Lacquer Art is described in considerable detail and extensively illustrated. Together with essays by renowned experts on the techniques used to create them, they present a picture of the multifaceted development of Korean lacquer art from its beginnings through the early twentieth century.