Screen Panel, Korea

Screen panel from Korea, 19th century. Screen panel from Korea, 19th century. Courtesy Victoria and Albert Museum, acc. no. FE.29-1991.

The Victoria and Albert Museum in London houses a screen panel from Korea that dates to the nineteenth century. It is made of silk, with silk thread embroidery. The screen measures 59.2 x 32.2 cm. It forms part of a set of four. The decoration is formed by columns of flower arrangements, interspersed with Chinese characters, expressing long life and happiness.

V&A online catalogue (retrieved 20 December 2016).


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