When the Tiger Smokes a Pipe: Art of Korea - Asian Art Museum

Asian Art Museum Docent
Tue Apr 30, 7:00pm |
Founders Room

In the past, Koreans believed that tigers embody the spirit of mountains and possess the power to ward off all evil and harm, and that magpies are harbingers of good news. 

Learn about the tiger-and-magpie motif popular in Korean folk painting, from an Asian Art Museum docent.

 

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In the past, Koreans believed that tigers embody the spirit of mountains and possess the power to ward off all evil and harm, and that magpies are harbingers of good news. 

Learn about the tiger-and-magpie motif popular in Korean folk painting, from an Asian Art Museum docent.

 

Visit the Asian Art Museum website
Founders Room