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6. Two Boys and Ox

Suh Se-ok (b.1929)
mid 20th-early 21st century

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A man holding a fishing rod on ox looks back at two men looking at fish in a pot with tree on right. There are two ducks and reddish-gold sun in the sky. The artist's seal lies in the lower right corner.

ink and color on paper
painting alone: H 16.5 x W 26 (41.91 x 66.04)
mounted: H 27.5 x W 36.75 (69.85 x 93.35)

About Suh Se-ok (b. 1929):
Penname: Sanjeong

Suh Se-ok (b. 1929) is a pivotal figure in modern and contemporary Korean art. He graduated from Seoul National University in 1950 and since then has exhibited in Korea, the US, Western Europe, and Brazil. His works consist of ink on paper and combine calligraphic elements with traditional Korean subjects. He is well-known for his abstract ink paintings as well as his ability to paint simple Korean subjects in a delicate manner. His works are dynamic and show his unique artistic vision.

Selected Museums:
Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea
Leeum Samsung Museum of Art, Korea

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