Symbols of Seoul


Size: 14.5 x 22 inches print

경복궁 (Gyeongbokgung) was built in 1395, a palace that served as the home to Kings during the Joseon dynasty, the Kings’ households and the government of Joseon.

Inspired by the deep history of this architectural symbol located in Seoul, Korea, I pulled out my rich, royal blues to paint this piece. Then, I finished this piece with orange versions of Korea’s national flower (Rose of Sharon) to create ‘Symbols of Seoul’.

As you look at this painting, I hope you find moments of joy and wonder as I combine the natural – in the orange rose of sharon – with the urban – Gyeongbokgung Palace in the beating heart of Seoul, Korea.

This giclée print was created to high standards of reproduction with materials tested by Wilhelm-Research to resist fading and discolouration in excess of 60 years.

Availability: In stock

Dimensions14.5 × 22 in



Giclée print in 290gsm 100% cotton fibre paper


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