Folding screen with Calligraphy(東宮玉帳山銘) 3

Changam, Yi Samman(蒼巖 李三晩, 1770-1845)1830

Hwajeong Museum

Hwajeong Museum
Seoul, South Korea

It is a calligraphic work written in 1830 by Changam, Yi Samman(蒼巖 李三晩, 1770-1845). He was a calligrapher who worked in Honam area. He was good at all calligraphy, especially cursive script. This folding screen was written by his handwritten poetry of Yang(梁) Dynasty.


  • Title: Folding screen with Calligraphy(東宮玉帳山銘) 3
  • Creator: Changam, Yi Samman(蒼巖 李三晩, 1770-1845)
  • Date Created: 1830
  • Location Created: Korea
  • Physical Dimensions: 56.0×31.0(8)
  • Subject Keywords: Folding screen, Calligraphy, Changam, Yi Samman(蒼巖 李三晩, 1770-1845), JOSEON DYNASTY
  • Type: Folding screen with Calligraphy
  • Rights: Hwajeong Museum
  • Medium: ink on paper

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