Goseong Unheungsa Temlpe Buddhist Painting |
|It was designated as Tangible Cultural Asset No. 355(Designation on 8/31/2000). It is a front view of Bodhisattva sitting on a base in comfortable posture. Birds and green willows are on the right of the Bodhisattva and green bamboos in front of rocks are on the left. Namsun Baby Boy and Dragon King attend the Bodhisattva on the bottom left and right. This painting illustrates the symbolic and characteristic features of the Bodhisattva Portrait.|
|Tangible Cultural Asset No. 356 (Designation on 8/31/2000) |
This painting illustrates Buddha at the top, famished devils in the middle, and cycles of life and six forms of life at the bottom. It also illustrates dishes for feast, hell, fighting, people tied to punishment posts, clowns, people chased by tigers, and other scenes.
|Tangible Cultural Asset No. 357 (Designation on 8/ 31/2000). This painting illustrates Shakyamuni Buddha, the Buddha of Current World, Bhaishajyaguru Vaidurya, the Buddha of Eastern Paradise, and Amitabha Buddha, the Buddha of Western Paradise. |
|Tangible Cultural Asset No. 358 (Designation on 8/31/2000) The size and arrangement of figures in this painting are the same as the Mitahoe Buddhist Painting but the Bodhisattvas on the left and right of Buddha are different. Instead of the Four Devas and their disciples in Mitahoe Painting, Divine Generals are illustrated|