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Four Landscapes in Semicursive and Cursive Scripts by Dasan (Dasan Sagyeongcheop)
Heritage Type and Number: Treasure No. 1683
Title: Four Landscapes in Semicursive and Cursive Scripts by Dasan (Dasan Sagyeongcheop)
Category: Documentary Heritage / Letters / Calligraphy / Calligraphy
Number/Area: 1 Book
Designation (Registration) Date: October 25, 2010
Location: Songpa-gu, Seoul
Period: Joseon
Owner: Yun Hong-sik
Manager: Yun Hong-sik
Four Landscapes in Semicursive and Cursive Scripts by Dasan (Dasan Sagyeongcheop) is a collection of seven-character eight-line regulated verse written by Jeong Yak-yong (also known by his pen name Dasan, +82-2-1762-1836) when he was living in exile in Gangjin about the four “landscapes” he created around his cottage, Tea Hearth (Dajo), Medicine Well (Yakcheon), Jeong’s Stone (Jeongseok). There is on the cover the title of the book, revealing that it contains the poems he wrote about the four sites in his garden. Dasan’s early works of calligraphy reflect a strong influence he had from the works of two great calligraphers of Joseon in the 18th century, Yi Gwang-sa and Gang Se-hwang, but his later works written after the exile in Gangjin display his own style. The handwritings in this book show his later style.