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English into Korean  English to Korean translation

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English to Korean translation

[ Art ]  art

If the Landscape Painting in Korea refer to the most classical codes of the tradition inherited from China it has been treated, on some paintings which have been called minhwa, in a manner original and new, as it is shown by the view of Kyongpodae (Lee Ufan collection).
Although Korean landscape paintings were considered to have inherited the traditional Chinese style, some landscape paintings called folk paintings show a novel and original aspect. Lee Ufan's work 'View of Gyeongpodae' is one such work.

Here, emptiness is the center of the painting, under the form of the lake. In fact, the context has changed in the 19th century, since the Tang period or the period of Song, and a painter like Kim Su-ch'ol has been perceived, by some scholars, as sensible to influences, coming from the West – even if it is still matter of discussion.

Here is a picture with a blank space in the middle of the picture below the lake form.In fact, the context for landscape painting has changed since the 19th century, when it was called the Tang or Song Dynasty. Some scholars with discernment in the West recognized painters like Kim Soo-cheol. The content of this is still subject to debate.

Landscape in Korea has anyway followed sometimes its own way, as suggest the literati gatherings from the beginning of the Joseon period (15th – 16th century), which play with ellipse, perspective or depth, in the sketches of landscape that/ surmount the list of the participants.

Anyway, often Korean landscape paintings were painted in their own way.The Korean landscape paintings of the 15th and 16th centuries, early Joseon Dynasty, recommended by the cultural intellectuals group, have an elliptical composition, a sense of balance, and are expressed in depth.This is evident in the work of the 18th-century Jeong Seon (1676-1759), one of the creators of “Korean” landscape paintings.

Its “coreanization” appears even more marked in the 18th century with a painter like Chong Son (1676-1759), and later Kim Hong-do (1745-1806?), who developed landscape described from the Nature, while adopting at the same time a global vision and a perspective deliberately affirmed
Following that, could be mentioned the screens on the topic of the Diamond Mointains, Gumgangsan, which are in the direct continuity of a painter like Chong Son
Could be mentioned too the painting with a tortoise, in front of a background of lunatic mountains, with apocalyptic forms, from the Lee Ufan collection., a landscape which play with fantastic design, sharp lines, a perspective almost surrealistic, between dream and nightmare .

And the work of Kim Hong-do (1745-1806), the first artist who painted landscapes from a point of view from nature, also shows this point well. At the same time, other painters were actively embracing a global perspective (perspective). After that, you can mention 'Geumgangsan', a work with the theme of Mt. Geumgang. This painting is the work of painter Seon Jeong. Also, we can mention Lee Ufan's landscape paintings with sharp lines and fantastic compositions that look between dreams and nightmares in a surrealistic way. It is a work depicting a tortoise in the foreground with a dreamy mountain in the background viewed from an apocalyptic perspective.

There is a pendant to this painting, a painting with a fish jumping out of the water,
in front of a background of fantastic clouds, dynamic and moving, a fish of which the size fills all the composition and which seems to be a mirage, or maybe an hallucination

In the painting, a fish that has jumped out of the water is drawn as if suspended in the air.It is a composition in which a dynamic and animated fish fills the screen against a fantastic cloud background.
But, this approach, maybe marked in a part by the European influence through the link of Pekin, changes at the end of Joseon Korea.

This work also gives a feeling of a mirage or fantasy. However, this approach is speculated to be due to the European influence received through the connection of the Chinese Silk Road. This approach changed in the late Joseon Dynasty.

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English to Korean translation
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Mount the detector in a darkened room at an initial range of 5 m from the source. The source shall be mounted in the main axial detection zone of the detector that is sensitive to infrared radiation in the 8 μm to 14 μm wavelength band. Mount the visible light meter at the chosen position of the detector, and move the light source towards and away from it until a reading in the visible band of 2 000 lx ± 10 % is obtained.

Fix the detector at the initial range of 5m to the light source of xx. The light source must be installed in the xx region of the main axis of the detector, which is sensitive in the infrared 8μm to 14μm wavelength band. Fix the visible ray transmittance meter to the designated position of the detector, and move xxx closer to the light source until xxx measures 2 000 lx ± 10 % of the visible light band.

The light source is scanned about a vertical axis such that the emitted light crosses the detector at a rate of 0,5 ms–1, and clears the outer edge of the detector housing. A total of ten scans shall be made across the front of the detector.

xx passes through xxx at a rate of 0.5 ms–1 so that the vertical axis of xx becomes xx, and fingerprints are not stamped on xx of the detector container. A total of 10 scans are performed by passing through the front of xxx.

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