The only old painting that depicts a female Falconer in Korea

Date Created: 06 December 2018

Author: Unknown

Source: The Internet

Owner: DongSeok Woo

Location: Facebook

  • Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea
  • Republic of Korea
  • Hawk
  • Painting
  • 19th Century
  • 20th Century
  • Hunting
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It is probably the only old painting that depicts a female Falconer in Korea. It was introduced in a book published in 1932, and there is no telling where this painting is today. I keep looking for this picture. According to the description of the book, the painting is partially damaged by rainwater.
- Falcon on the right hand (probably a Sparrow Hawk) has been damaged except for its head and legs.-

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Comment from Anthony Chen: the painting style is very similar to Ming Dynasty in China.
 

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