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English: Donggwoldo (literally "Painting of Eastern Palace") is a representative Korean painting depicting the two royal palaces, Changdeokgung and Changgyeonggung located in the east of the main palace, Gyeongbokgung. The painting of the Joseon Dynasty is drawn from a bird´s-eye-view and on silk. Two transcriptions have been handed down; one with a width of 583 cm and a height of 274 cm is stored in Korea University Museum, while the other with a width of 576 cm and a height of 273 is in Dong-A University Museum. This file is Dong-A University's version. This painting is on the movable wall which could also be folded. It's made of paper, silk and wood. Donggwoldo is designated as the 249th National Treasure of South Korea.
한국어: 동궐도는 창덕궁과 창경궁을 조감도 형식으로 그린 조선후기의 대표적인 궁궐 그림이다. 비단 바탕에 채색을 했고 국보 제 249호로 지정되어 있다. 두개의 사본이 전해지며, 각각 고려대학교와 동아대학교 박물관에 소장한다. 이 그림은 동아대학교 박물관 소장본으로, 가로576cm 세로 273cm의 크기이다
Français : Palais du Changdeok à Séoul en Corée du Sud.
English: The creation date is presumed to be between 1826 and 1830 given that the building of Jeonsa installed in the 26th year of King Sunjo, and Gyeongbokjeon demolished in the 30th year of the king.
한국어: 제작연대는 순조(純祖, 23대) 26년에 만든 전사(田舍)와 순조 30년 소실된 경복전이 그려져 있는 것으로 보아 1826년에서 1830년 사이로 추정
|Source||Museum of Donga university|
English: Royal painters belonged to Dohwaseo, governmental office in charge of paintings
한국어: 조선시대 도화서(圖畵署) 화원들
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