Epitaph Plaques for Yi Kyung-Suk
Glazed ceramic with underglaze iron red
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Gift of the Carroll Family Collection
Epitaph Plaques for Yi Kyung-Suk, ca. 1671. Glazed ceramic with underglaze iron red, 9 13/16 × 8 1/16 in. (25 × 20.5 cm). Brooklyn Museum, Gift of the Carroll Family Collection, 2019.42.5a-c (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, 2019.42.5a-c_PS11.jpg)
overall, 2019.42.5a-c_PS11.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 2020
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Three epitaph panels for Yi Kyung-suk (1595-1671).
Each plaque consists of 12 lines of text, plus a "page number" at the far right.
A chair and canes belonging to Yi Kyung-suk are in the Gyeonggi Provincial Museum (Korean treasure #930) , said to have been given to him by King Hyunjong.
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