Seated Bodhisattva (Left Attendant of a Triad) Joseon dynasty Mid-17th century From the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The Soul of 한국
Dish with inscription and decoration of chrysanthemums and rows of dots, mid-15th century. Joseon dynasty (1392–1910). Korea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Colman, 1893 (93.1.216) |This work is featured in our “Korea: 100 Years of Collecting at the Met” exhibition, on view through March 27, 2016. #MetKoreanArt #AsianArt100
Pensive Bodhisattva, mid-7th century. Korea. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Walter and Leonore Annenberg and The Annenberg Foundation Gift, 2003 (2003.222) | In Korea, images of the pensive bodhisattva type emerged as an important Buddhist icon during the sixth and seventh centuries, particularly in the kingdoms of Baekje and Silla. This seated figure is among the best preserved and most spectacular. #OneMetManyWorlds
분청사기 박지 모란 무늬 항아리 조선<br/>粉靑沙器剝地牡丹文壺 朝鮮<br/>Large jar with decoration of peonies