minhwa

(from the article `arts, East Asian`) During the Chosn period there was also a new emphasis on minhwa (folk painting), a type of painting whose patrons were mostly commoners. Such works ...
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Minhwa

Minhwa art refers to the Korean folk art that consists of paintings of mythical figures and other objects in a specific plain, straightforward and naive style. Literally `painting of the people` or `popular painting`. This type of painting was often the work of anonymous craftsmen who faithfully adhered to the styles, canons and genres inherit...
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