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Dish
Date: 1998
Materials: Stoneware, painted decoration over white slip
Style or Ware: Punch'ong, Buncheong
Dimensions: H. 1 3/8 in x Diam. 9 5/16 in, H. 3.5 cm x Diam. 23.7 cm
Credit Line: Gift of Jeong Yang-mo
Department: Korean Art
Collection: Ceramics
Object Number: 2004.14
On Display: Yes
Location: Gallery 23

Description

Label: This is a collaborative work of the two famous contemporary artists, a potter and a painter, in the presence of Chung Yang-mo. The dish is made by Min Young-ki who is well known for his buncheong inspired pieces. After Min covers the dish he has made with white slip, Chun Sung-woo, an abstract painter, paints the tall pine tree in iron-oxide. The dish, then, was glazed and fired. The pine tree here might represent Chung Yang-mo, their dear friend, for whom the dish was made.
Label: This is a collaborative work of the two famous contemporary artists, a potter and a painter, in the presence of Chung Yang-mo. The dish is made by Min Young-ki who is well known for his buncheong inspired pieces. After Min covers the dish he has made with white slip, Chun Sung-woo, an abstract painter, paints the tall pine tree in iron-oxide. The dish, then, was glazed and fired. The pine tree here might represent Chung Yang-mo, their dear friend, for whom the dish was made.