Wood sculpture is a technique that has a long tradition of cutting and trimming wood to make valuable use. From very small home goods to objects used in palaces and temples, it was used to make large and small things. Wood carving is more than just making objects with purpose, and it is also a technique for carving beauty into objects.
The Palace sculpture, which is a hard and warm material, has its own beauty and tradition, with its magnificent, firm, yet water-like curves. The Palace sculpture carved with wood contains Korea's excellent wood carving skills and outstanding aesthetic sense.
Ø70 x 90, Ø120 x 25
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No. 58 Intangible Cultural Property of Jeollabuk-do Mokjogakjang (Wood Sculpture))