Conserving a Korean Buddhist painting


From September 2010 to August 2011 visitors were able to observe the conservation of a large eighteenth-century Korean Buddhist painting, “Buddha Seokamoni (Shakyamuni) Preaching to the Assembly on Vulture Peak”. Work on this delicate painting on silk is taking place in public view, in the newly-installed Korean Art galleries in the Hammer Building at LACMA.

Video from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Cite this page as: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, "Conserving a Korean Buddhist painting," in Smarthistory, May 8, 2017, accessed July 20, 2017, https://smarthistory.org/conserving-a-korean-buddhist-painting/.