21 September 2006
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Anonymous (Late 19th century)
Tiger and magpie (Hojakdo)
Framed painting; ink and color on paper
30½ x 14in. (77.5 x 35.5cm.)
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For another painting, see Robert J. Moes, Korean Art from the Brooklyn Museum Collection (New York: Universe Books, 1987), no. 54.
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