Lot 190
A Korean Six-Panel Folding Gimyeong Jeoljido Screen
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Early 20th century, ink and colors on silk hemp, each panel painted with Chinese archaic bronze vessels and tall precious vases filled with floral or fruit arrangements, calligraphy with artist seals to each panel, purchased by consignor in South Korea during the 1980s.

DOA 60.5 x 87 in.; SS 48 x 10.5 in.

Private collection, South Korea.

Similar folding screen in collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Horim Museum, South Korea. Both screens attributed to Jang Seung-eop (Korean, 1843-1897), the leading court painting during the 19th century in Korea. The Gimyeong Jeoljido theme became a popular and distinct genre in the 19th century developed by Jang Seung-up as a combination of Joseon's still life painting with the painting styles of Qing dynasty.

Areas of loss and repair; some areas of discoloration; dirt to surface; some foxing to brocade mounts.

$2,000 - 4,000