Map of East Palace: detail, Chipsangjon and Kyonghungak

Creator:
Members of the Tohwaso (Bureau of Painting) 도화서의 화원들 (圖畵署의 圖畵員들)
Published/Created:
Korea, Seoul: Changdokkung (palace complex)
ca. 1824 -1830 (Korea University Museum)
Physical Description:
Booklet: 36.3 x 45.7 cm; Assembled Map: 584 x 273 cm
Notes:
Like Taejojon, Chipsangjon [집상전(集祥殿)] has an unridged, towering roof. Kyongdokkung's Chiphuijon [집희전(集禧殿)] was dismantled and moved to this site to become Chipsangjon, the residence of the Queen Dowager. The green rooftile signifies the building's importance. (Choson ui chip, tonggwol e tulta, 2006, 96). 1. Taejojon (대조전), 2. Kyonghungak (lower) and Chinggwangnu (upper) [경훈각(아래)과 징광루(위)], 3. Chipsangjon (집상전), 4. Yonghuidang (영휘당), 5. Okhwadang (옥화당).
Variant Titles:
Tonggwoldo ui chipsangjon kwa kyonghungak
동궐도의 집상전(集祥殿) 과 경훈각(景薰閣)
Topics:
Architecture -- Korea -- Seoul -- Collateral -- (YVRC)
Painting -- Korea -- Choson dynasty, 1392-1910 -- (YVRC)
Culture:
Choson dynasty, 1392-1910
Accession Number:
2969-0013
Genre:
houses: official residences: palaces (AAT)
manuscript maps (AAT)
maps (AAT)
paintings (AAT)
Format:
Image
Content Type:
Archives or Manuscripts
Maps, Atlases & Globes
Paintings & Drawings
Sculptures, Models, & Architecture
Rights:
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Access Restrictions:
Yale Community Only
Source Title:
Asian Collection (Youngsook Pak Personal Collection)
Source Note:
Choson ui chip, tonggwol e tulta, 2006
Yale Collection:
Visual Resources Collection
Digital Collection:
Visual Resources Collection
Original Repository:
Seoul, Korea: Korea University Museum
Local Record Number:
Portfolio Item ID: 324231
OID:
591452
PID:
digcoll:2058340