Korea's Natural Landscape

This gallery shows how Koreas landscapes looks naturally. It consists of old style paintings or ink drawings that shows how Korea looked before it changed. The paintings will show how the landscape was before roads and cities were being built. It will show Koreas natural beauty before a huge change that made it modernized. 

In this painting by Gang Se-hwang, shows a small house or temple located in the middle of a very mountainous area. The artist draws lines on the mountains to indicate that they are very grassy. In the far back of the painting are some jagged lines that show more mountains in the background. The artist just draws lines in the background to show that it is very far away.
In this picture painted by Choi Buk, shows a small town that is surrounded by mountains. There are trees spread out in the mountains. To the right of the town is a bridge with water flowing below it. Lines in the water helps implicate that the river is flowing. There are also rock in and lining the side of the river. This scenery shows how natural the land looked before it was demolished to create a city.
In this painting by Gang Se-hwang, shows Korea's natural landscape. The painting shows a river flowing between two strips of land. The land isn't flat but appears to be hill like with trees and rocks beside the water. The painter creates lines in the hills to show that it is grassy. At the top right of the painting, there are more hills that turn into mountains. This painting scenery displays how Korea's landscape looked before cities were built.
This painting by Jeong Seon, is another work of art that displays Korea's natural landscape. This painting shows what looks like a river or a lake. Next to the water is land that looks like sand and then moving upward is a grassy hill. On top of the hill are some trees and what looks to be a town hidden behind the trees. Further behind the town are several mountains in the background.
In this painting by Gang Se-hwang, shows a small town with a natural landscape around it. In the middle of the painting there is a road with buildings traveling along side of it. Towards the right of the painting there is a small hill with trees covering it. There is also a tall mountain at the back of the painting.
In this piece by Gang Se-hwang, shows a waterfall with what looks like a small temple next to it. The artist creates lines in the ground to implicate that the area is grassy. There is a white jagged line from the temple moving up the mountain that indicates it is a pathway.
In this painting by Jeong Seon, shows a natural landscape that is now Seoul. Seoul is one of South Korea's biggest cities. This painting depicts what Seoul used to look like before everything became city like. There are mountains all around with mist flowing through them. Just below the mist is a forest of trees. This is an example of South Korea's landscape before it was demolished to create a city.
In this painting by Gang Se-hwang, shows what looks like an old style home next to a river. Across from the house are several big hills or mountains with trees spread out all over. The artist creates lines in the mountain to create a grassy look. The artist also creates lines in the water to implicate that it is flowing.
In this painting by Jeong Seon and Sim Sa-jeong, shows a waterfall hidden in the mountains. The artist creates lines in the water to give the look of the water flowing. There are lots of mountains in this painting with mist flowing through them. There are trees all throughout the mountains. The lines on the ground and in the mountains shows that it is a grassy area.
In this painting by Yi In-mun, shows a small town surrounded by trees. Behind the town are several large mountains with fog flowing through them. Lines on the mountains indicates that there are some grassy areas on them. Next to the town is a small river and has lines in it to indicate that it is flowing.
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