Painting In Korean Culture

http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_V1zmWpNUWO0/S0tIoYlnoII/AAAAAAAAAQg/0anVN45Sbv0/s400/3.jpgThe earliest paintings are found in Petroglyph Korean Peninsula is the kind that comes from prehistoric times.
Petroglyphs are images created on the surface of the stone by way of carving. Outside North America, some frequently used the term 'sculpture' or description of other techniques. Outside North America, Some often use the term 'sculpture' or description of other techniques.  

Petroglyphs can be found all over the world, and often (but not always) associated with prehistoric society. Petroglyphs can be found all over the world, and often (but not always) associated with prehistoric society. This word comes from the Greek, Petros means "stone" and glyphein means 'carve'. 
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http://2.bp.blogspot.com/_V1zmWpNUWO0/S0tLk_ala2I/AAAAAAAAARg/VV3ddOQrxzU/s400/11.jpgThere are many theories to explain their purpose, depending on location, age and type of image. Some petroglyphs are considered astronomical markers, maps, and other forms of symbolic communication, including the form of 'pre-writing' 

But now with the advent of culture and Buddhism from China in Korea, then painting techniques become more diverse, but does not eliminate the original way.
 
 
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Ordinary objects are generally influenced painted nature, such as scenery, flowers and birds. The painting was drawn with ink on paper or silk mulberry tree.
In the 18th century various new techniques developed, especially in beautiful writing (calligraphy) and seal carvings.
 

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