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"Seeing one's own profit is shameful thinking" (part 1) : A saying by Heo Mog

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Heo Mok, "Seeing one's own profit is shameful thinking" (part 1) : A saying by Heo Mog, probably 17th century, ink on paper, Gift of Robert and Sandra Mattielli in honor of Donald Jenkins, no known copyright restrictions, 2004.7.7

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"Seeing one's own profit is shameful thinking" (part 1) : A saying by Heo Mog

Artist

Mok Heo (Korean, 1595-1682)

Date

probably 17th century

Period

Korea: Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910)

Medium

ink on paper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

41 1/4 in x 46 3/4 in

Collection Area

Asian Art

Category

Calligraphy

Object Type

calligraphy

Culture

Korean

Credit Line

Gift of Robert and Sandra Mattielli in honor of Donald Jenkins

Accession Number

2004.7.7

Copyright

no known copyright restrictions

Terms

calligraphy

ink

paper

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