Eight-panel Hyoje Munjado Screen
Eight-panel Hyoje Munjado Screen, Korea, 20th century, with eight pictorial ideographs depicting the eight Confucian virtues including Hyo (Filial Piety), Je (Fraternity), Chung (Loyalty), Shin (Trust), Ye (Propriety), Ui (Justice), Yeom (Integrity), and Chi (Conscience), along with symbolic flora and fauna, ink and color on silk, each painting 35 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.
repaired cuts to 4th and 7th panels, overall molding and discoloration in progress, pigment loss and flaking to some area, pencil underdrawing visible to some area, minor punctures.
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