Historical period(s)
신라, 삼국 시대, 5세기 말엽-6세기 중엽
높이 x 직경: 47.1 x 38.4cm (18 9/16 x 15 1/8인치)
대한민국 경상도
Credit Line
Charles Lang Freer 기금으로 구입
Accession Number
On View Location
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무시유, 분청사기, 삼국 시대(기원전 1세기-서기 7세기), 제2차대전 시기 소장 이력, 한국

1960년대 초부터 2002년 워싱턴 D.C.의 해군 소장 George Washington Pressey(1966년 사망)와 Elizabeth Lee Berger(1913-2002)가 소장 2002년 이후 프리어미술관 소장, 2002년 10월 21일자 Elizabeth Lee Berger 기증품 각주: George Washington Pressey (died 1966) and Elizabeth Lee Berger (1913-2002), Washington, D.C. [1]From 1985Freer Gallery of Art, purchased from Elizabeth Lee Berger, January 3, 1985 [2]Notes:[1] 해당 유물 기록 정보에 따르면 본 작품은 Berger와 그의 첫 남편인 해군 소장 George Wahington Pressy(1966년 사망)가 1960년대 초 한국에 파견되었을 당시 입수하였음. [2] 해당 유물 파일 내 Elizabeth L. Berger(Samuel D. Berger의 부인)가 발행 및 서명한 1985년 1월 3일자 송장 사본 참조

Previous Owner(s) and Custodian(s)

Elizabeth Lee Berger(1913-2002)


Many jars made of gray unglazed stoneware, of which this is an exceptionally large example, have been excavated from tombs in the vicinity of Kyongju, capital of the Silla kingdom.  The jars held food offerings for the deceased.  Incised and impressed decoration on this jar closely resembles chased decor on gold crowns found in some tombs.

Published References
  • Art of Asia Acquired by North American Museums, 1985. no. 39 New York and Honolulu, HI. p. 87.
  • Korean Art in the Freer and Sackler Galleries. Washington, D.C. no. 10.3, p. 158.
Collection Area(s)
Korean Art
Web Resources
Korean Ceramics
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