An early 1800's Korean manuscript map of China with Korea (Choson Kukto). The map comes from a traditional Korean manuscript atlas. It shows China with the Yangtze rivers, the Yellow river and the Great Wall. The Korean peninsula is shown in the east.
A traditional Korean manuscript Atlas Chonha-Chido (Atlas of the world) comprehends a map of the world Chonha-Do, a map of Korea, maps of China, Japan, the Ryukyu Islands and regional maps of the eight provinces of Korea.
Black ink on thin paper, wash colours in green, red and blue. The map was framed in Korea during the 1970s. It is laid down on fabric and spanned on a wooden frame with a size of 43 x 47cm.
|Title||[Korean Manuscript Map of China and Korea]|
|Publisher, Year||circa 1820|
|Plate Size||26.7 x 38.8 cm (10.5 x 15.3 inches)|
|Sheet Size||29.0 x 33.7 cm (11.4 x 13.3 inches)|
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