Iconological analysis on imaginary animals in traditional culture - Focused on four auspicious animals(四靈獸) in Korean folk paintings -

@inproceedings{Kim2017IconologicalAO,
  title={Iconological analysis on imaginary animals in traditional culture - Focused on four auspicious animals(四靈獸) in Korean folk paintings -},
  author={Ji Young Kim},
  year={2017}
}
  • Ji Young Kim
  • Published 2017
  • Art
  • The purpose of this study is to apply iconology to discover the symbolic system of imaginary animals focused on four representative auspicious animals in Korean folk paintings. Study methods included literature review of folk paintings, iconological analytics books, and articles. A total of 16 folk paintings of four auspicious animals in the Joseon Dynasty were analyzed using Panofsky's iconology. The four auspicious animals were Yong(dragon), Bonghwang(the eastern version of the phoenix… CONTINUE READING

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