After 1945, contemporary Korean landscape painting was newly born while influenced by real rendering technique, ink philosophy, Western technique, and social changes of surrounding environment. As a result, Western technique was adopted at the same time as both surroundings and city landscape was used, departing from the old metaphysical philosophy with limited subjects of mountains, water, trees, valleys, and fields. Particularly, landscape painting after 1980s became similar to Western landscape painting and used familiar subjects such as country side scenery, fields, construction sites and beaches and perspective so objects in near side look clear when ones in far side look faint.
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