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Blumen, Schmetteringe und Frosch - Tasse Misun Kim 0,33 L artlia
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Blumen, Schmetteringe und Frosch - Tasse Misun Kim artlia
Blumen, Schmetteringe und Frosch - Tasse Misun Kim artlia
Blumen, Schmetteringe und Frosch - Tasse Misun Kim artlia
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What do we see in this work of art?

This painting printed on the cup is one of the Chochungdo (초충도, 草蟲圖). Chokhungdo (Picture of Grass and Insects) is a Korean folk painting with a combination of grass, insects, amphibious lizards, etc., each with its own meaning. This is a painting depicting nature, the meaning of which is the desire for literary spirit, wealth, longevity and fertility. It is a wide-ranging subject ranging from literary paintings to popular images and is liked by all walks of life.

Many chochungdo were drawn in China's Namsong period (from 1127 to 1279). In Korea, many chochungdo were believed to date from this period, as many of the chochungdo remains of Shinsaimdang (1504 to 1551) date from the early Joseon dynasty. In the 『Gaejawonhwajeon, 개자원화전, 芥子園畵傳』, detailed methods for drawing a super faithful are described, showing that it was very popular in the later generations.

The elements mainly found in Chokhungdo are cucumbers, pumpkins, grapes, eggplants, bluebells, cockscombs, cherry blossoms, cones, poppies, wild herbs, hydrangeas, yellow and white chrysanthemums, dusk, wild flowers, frogs, toads, dragonflies and bees. They are plants and worms commonly found around butterflies, chicks, fireflies, cicadas, lizards, hedgehogs, bats and weasels. Hwajodo consists of tall trees, flowers, birds etc. while Chokhungdo consists of small grasses and flowers of perennial or perennial plants and small insects living in close relationship with each other.

The overview of the Chochungdo method presented at 『Gaejawonhwajeon, 개자원화전, 芥子園畵傳』 is as follows. "To draw a grass worm, vivid movements of flying and running must be well expressed. The shape of the grass worm is long, short, large and small, but its color changes from time to time. In summer, when the grass and trees grow, the color of the insects should be green, and in autumn, when the grass and trees are colored, it should be dull. Grass worms are usually drawn with dots, and the ghost must appear first. While in the grass worms, the heads are drawn first When it comes to butterflies, we first focus on the wings. Where there are flowers, butterflies have to be depicted so that the flowers shine more beautifully. The wart is a small insect, and yet it has to be painted with dignity. That's why grass worms are only very small Living beings, but their form and spirit must be sufficiently expressed to bring out the meaning of thrill".

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Original image size: 30 x 30 cm


  • original title: Chochungdo (초충도)
  • Artist: Misun Kim (South Korea)
  • Datum: 2018
  • Format: painted on the traditional Korean paper
  • Size: 30x30cm
  • Genre: Korean folk painting (Minhwa, 민화)


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Museum-quality posters made on strong, durable, matte paper. Add wonderful accents to rooms and offices with posters that are guaranteed to brighten up any environment.

  • Paper thickness: 0.26 mm (10.3 mil)
  • Paper weight: 189 g /m²
  • Giclèe print quality
  • Opacity: 94%
  • ISO brightness: 104%
  • Raw material from Japan
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Poster with frame

Make a statement in any room with this framed poster printed on thick, durable matte paper. The matte black frame adds an extra touch of class. 

  • Paper thickness: 0.26 mm (10.3 mil)
  • Paper weight: 189 g/m² (5.57 oz/yd²)
  • Black and white acacia wood frame.
  • Solid oak frame
  • Front protection film made of acrylite
  • Hanging fittings included
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Canvas pictures

This canvas print will make a statement in any room. It is hand-stretched on a canvas-cotton blend with a matte finish.

  • Hand stretched
  • 38 mm deep, hand-glued solid wood stretcher frame
  • Fade resistant (OBA free)
  • Matte finish coating
  • Acid-free, PH-neutral, poly-cotton based
  • 20.5 mil thick canvas, 470 gsm
  • Includes mounting brackets
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Framed canvas

The framed pine canvas has rubber pads on the corners, a pre-attached wall mount and a floating frame for effortless elegance.

• Pine frame
• Frame thickness: 3.18 cm (1.25″)
• Canvas fabric weight: 344 g/m² +/- 25g/m² (10.15 +/- 0.74 oz/yd²)
• Open back
• Rubber pads on rear corners
• Hanging fittings already attached

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