Roderick Whitfield (ed): Handbook of Korean Art – Folk Painting

Whitfield.jpg(Laurence King Publishers, 2003)


Part of a series of small books on Korean Art, this one is great to have on the bedside table. Each written section on a particular aspect of folk art takes a minute or so to read and is accompanied by several pages of examples and illustrations. Other books in the series deal with pottery and Buddhist sculpture.

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