Asian_logo_gold

Thank you

Press Image Request


Permission is granted to reproduce these images solely in connection with a review or editorial commentary on IN GRAND STYLE: CELEBRATIONS IN KOREAN ART DURING THE JOSEON DYNASTY exhibition at the ASIAN ART MUSEUM OCT 25, 2013–JAN 12, 2014. All other reproductions are strictly prohibited without the prior written consent of the copyright holder and/or museum. 
  • Placenta jars of Princess Myeong-an, 1665–1670. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Porcelain. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea. Photo: Courtesy of National Museum of Korea..
  • King Jeongjo’s Procession to His Father’s Tomb in Hwaseong, 1795. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Handscroll; ink, colors and gold on paper. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Fifty-ninth Birthday Banquets for Elder Queen Mother Sunwon, 1848. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Eight-panel folding screen; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Highlights of an illustrious lifetime: Passing of the state examination, by attrib. to Kim Hongdo (Korean, 1745–approx. 1806). Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Highlights of an illustrious lifetime: First birthday celebration, by attrib. to Kim Hongdo (Korean, 1745–approx. 1806). Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Highlights of an illustrious lifetime: Wedding ceremony, by attrib. to Kim Hongdo (Korean, 1745–approx. 1806). Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Highlights of an illustrious lifetime: Procession to new governmental post, by attrib. to Kim Hongdo (Korean, 1745–approx. 1806). Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Welcoming ceremonies for the governor of Pyeong-an: Celebration at Yeon-gwang Pavilion, by (attrib.) Kim Hongdo (Korean, 1745–approx. 1806). Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Welcoming ceremonies for the governor of Pyeong-an: Night boating on Daedong River, by attrib. to Kim Hongdo (Korean, 1745–approx. 1806). Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on paper. Courtesy of National Museum of Korea.
  • Royal throne, 1800–1900. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Lacquer and gold on wood, metal. Courtesy of National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • Royal throne (detail), 1800–1900. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Lacquer and gold on wood, metal. Courtesy of National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • Ritual seal in honor of King Taejo (1335–1408), 1683. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Gilded brass, silk. Courtesy of National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • Jade book of praise for King Taejo (1335–1408), 1683. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ten-panel book; jade, gold, gilded metal, silk. Courtesy of National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • Celebrations for the birth of Crown Prince Yi Cheok (later Emperor Sunjong), 1874. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ten-panel folding screen; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of Korean Treasure no. 1443. National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • Sun, moon, and five peaks, 1800–1900. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Folding screen; ink and color on paper. Courtesy of National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • Palanquin of a king, 1800–1900. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Lacquered and gold-painted wood, silk, metal, cotton. Courtesy of National Palace Museum of Korea.
  • King Jeongjo's procession back to Hanyang (Present-day Seoul), 1795. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Ink and colors on silk, ivory knobs. Courtesy of Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art. Photo: Courtesy of Leeum, Samsung Museum of Art.
  • Celebration for King Heonjong’s Wedding, 1844. Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Eight-panel folding screen; ink and colors on silk. Courtesy of Korean Treasure no. 733. Dong-A University Museum.
  • Ceremonial hairpin with phoenix, Japanese Colonial Period (1910–1945). Gilded silver, jade, pearl, feather, blue and red stones. Courtesy of Important Folklore Material of Korea no. 265. National Palace Museum of Korea, Returned from Tokyo National Museum in 1992.
  • Ceremonial hairpin with phoenix (detail), Japanese Colonial Period (1910–1945). Gilded silver, jade, pearl, feather, blue and red stones. Courtesy of Important Folklore Material of Korea no. 265. National Palace Museum of Korea, Returned from Tokyo National Museum in 1992.
  • Ceremonial hairpin with character of longevity, Japanese Colonial Period (1910–1945). Gilded silver, jade, pearls, blue and red stones. Courtesy of Important Folklore Material of Korea no. 265. National Palace Museum of Korea, Returned from Tokyo National Museum in 1992.