Wild Geese Descending to Sandbar [Korea] (1992.337) The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Monochrome landscape painting was favored by both literati and professional court painters in Korea in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. This painting is an example of Korean artists' interpretation of the landscape painting idiom of China's Northern Song dynasty (960–1127).
傳 安堅, 四時八景圖, 晩春, 15c, 絹本淡彩, 35.2x28.5cm, 國立中央博物館 Attributed to An Kyon : Eight Views of the Four Seasons-Late Spring, Light color on silk, Joseon period(15th), National Museum of Korea, Seoul
필자미상, 瀟湘八景圖 中 平沙落雁, 8폭 중 제7폭, 16세기 전반, 紙本水墨, 91.0×47.7㎝, 國立晉州博物館 Anonymous : The wild geese coming home(7th Leaf of the Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang), Ink on Paper, Joseon dynasty(first half of 16th)
필자미상, 瀟湘八景圖 中 煙寺暮鐘, 8폭 중 제2폭, 16세기 전반, 병풍, 紙本水墨, 98.3×49.9㎝, 嚴島 大願寺, 日本 Anonymous : The evening gong at Qingliang Temple(1st Leaf of the Eight Views of the Xiaoxiang), Ink on Paper, Joseon dynasty(first half of 16th)