Kang Jong Sook Korean Contemporary Ceramic Sculpture
Lee Heyung Bok has been featured on the covers of Korean art publications Ceramic Art Monthly and Craft & Art Review.
also spelled Pahk Young Sook, Young Sook Park, Young Sook Pahk, Youngsook Park, Youngsook Pahk, Park Young-Sook, Pahk Young-Sook, Young-Sook Park, Young-Sook Pahk
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Ceramics : Pre AD 1000 item #653565 (stock #R157)
5th Century Korean Silla Kingdom Jar in a striking form on a classic cut out foot. It has a wonderful patina. A similar example is in the permanent collection at Cornell University. A great piece with an impeccable provenance. 9.5 inches (24cm) height, 27 inches (68.5cm) circumference.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Sculpture : Pre 1900 item #651901 (stock #0114)
Rare Antique Korean Funerary Figure (Kkokdu) with much of its original pigment still intact. From a renowned and published New York collection. One of the finer examples we have seen. 11.5 inches, 29.5 cm.
We have other works of porcelain art by Kim Yik Yung, so please let us know if you have any interest. Also spelled Kim Yikyung, Kim Yikyoung, Kim Ik Yung, Kim Ik Young, Kim Ikyung, Kim Ikyoung, Yik Yung Kim, Yikyung Kim, Yik Young Kim, Yikyoung Kim, Ik Yung Kim, Ikyung Kim, Yik Young Kim, Yikyoung Kim, Kim Ik Yeong, Kim Ikyeong, Ik Yeong Kim, Ikyeong Kim, Kim Yik Yeong, Kim Yikyeong, Yik Yeong Kim, Yikyeong Kim, Kim Yik-Yung, Yik-Yung Kim, Kim Yik-Young, Yik-Young Kim, Kim Ik-Yung, Ik-Yung Kim, Kim Yik-Young, Yik-Young Kim, Kim Ik-Yeong, Ik-Yeong Kim, Kim Yik-Yeong, Yik-Yeong Kim.
Korean Art and Antiques
Yoon Kwang Cho had an acclaimed solo exhibition that started at the Philadelphia Museum and traveled to other major museums in America. He is widely recognized as the world's foremost practitioner of Korean Buncheong Art. This is an exemplary piece by one of Korea's most famous, most exhibited, and most collected ceramic artists. His work is in the permanent collections of many major museums around the world. He was selected by Korea's National Museum of Contemporary Art as Artist of The Year in 2004. 8.5 inches (21.5cm)h x 4.5 inches (11cm)w x 3.5 inches (9cm)d.
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Korean : Furniture : Pre 1900 item #585356 (stock #0077)
Joseon Dynasty Ton-kwe (Korean Coin Chest). Coin chests are highly prized by collectors, as their purpose required that they be the largest, heaviest, and most well constructed piece of furniture in the home of an aristocrat. Paper money did not exist in Yi Dynasty Korea, and the coins were of very small denominations. They had to be strung together in large quantities to have any worth, so a strong money box was obviously a necessity. This is a very heavy and likely the most impressive authentic antique Korean coin chest you will ever see for sale. This massive and handsome coin chest must have belonged to a very wealthy family. 19.5 x 56 x 29 inches, 49.5 x 142 x 74 cm.