A Portrait of Monk:Moo-Hak(1327-1405):
Korean, Choson Dynasty,19th Century
His Buddhist name is "Moo Hak",(1327-1405), his name is "Ja-Cho", and his family name is "Park",. He was one of the greatest monk in Korean Buddhist history, who he"lped the founder of the Choson dynasty,(1392-1910), "Tae-Jo", Yi Sung-Gae",
and then he was named as a its National Monk by the King, T"ae-Jo".
It is painted with mineral color and ink on paper and has an inscription of "Moo Hak Kook Sa
Jee Jin Yong" on the middle of left. It has a some stains age related, otherwise is in good condition. It is mounted with fabric blockade and is on set with wood frame.
This is able to remove from a outer wood frame and glass, so I can do ship it without glass and a
outer wood frame or just without glass for safety and more. It measures 49¢®¡¾ x 23 1/2¢®¡¾