Eight-panel Hyoje Munjado Screen, Korea, late 19th 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 scholarly accoutrements such as books and writing tables, brush pots and scrolls, fans, potted flowers and plants, and fruit in bowls, ink and color on paper, each painting 33 1/4 x 10 5/8 in.
paper toned with spotty stains, pigment loss and flaking, mounting flaws with some creases, some areas with cuts on paper, unfinished details.
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