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IMAGE #01: Dragon Jar

Dragon Jar, Korean, Chosòn Dynasty (1392-1910), 17th century. Porcellaneous stoneware with underglaze iron oxide decoration of dragon, 13 3/8 x 12 5/8 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; purchased with the Hollis Family Foundation Fund, 2002.

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IMAGE #02: Dragon Jar

Dragon Jar, Korean, Chosòn Dynasty (1392-1910), First half of 19th century. Porcelain with underglaze cobalt blue decoration and iron-painted decoration, 13 ¾ x 9 ½ inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; gift of Colonel Stephen McCormick in honor of the Korean Heritage Group, 2000.

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IMAGE #03: Jar

Jar, Korean, Chosòn Dynasty (1392-1910), 19th century. Porcelain with underglaze cobalt blue decoration, 3 ½ x 3 ¾ inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art; gift of Colonel Stephen McCormick in honor of the Korean Heritage Group, 2000.

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IMAGE #04:  Ch'aekkori Screen

Ch'aekkori Screen, Korean, Chosòn Dynasty (1392-1910), Mid-19th century. Ink and color on linen; mounted as ten-panel screen. Each panel: 47 x 12 inches; each mount: 68 x 17 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, purchased with funds contributed by the Korean Heritage Group, the Hollis Family Foundation Fund, and the Henry B. Keep Fund, 2002.

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IMAGE #05:  Ch'aekkori Screen (detail)

Ch'aekkori Screen (detail), Korean, Chosòn Dynasty (1392-1910), Mid-19th century. Ink and color on linen; mounted as ten-panel screen. Each panel: 47 x 12 inches; each mount: 68 x 17 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, purchased with funds contributed by the Korean Heritage Group, the Hollis Family Foundation Fund, and the Henry B. Keep Fund, 2002.

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IMAGE #06: Calligraphy of Chinese Poem

Son Man Jin, (Korean, born 1964), Calligraphy of Chinese Poem, 2005. Ink and color on paper; mounted as a hanging scroll, 29 x 19 3/4 inches. Philadelphia Museum of Art, purchased with funds contributed by Frank S. Bayley, 2005.

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