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Two-leaf Calligraphy, Korea, late 19th century, Kim Ok-Gyun (1851-1894), writing about Sudhana, a Buddhist boy on tour for seeking enlightenment on a page, signed with two seals reading "Kim Ok-gyun in" and his pen name "Go-gyun geo-sa," mounted together on a paper support, 18 1/2 x 29 1/8 in.
Note: Kim Ok-Gyun is a Korean politician who led a failed coup in 1884.
minor tear, creases, stains; foxing in progress.
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