These pictorial works have been realised using typical oriental techniques and materials, in particular Korean materials.

According to a millennial oriental painting tradition, several “psychrofite” sheets have been soaked in natural glue and then overlapped in order to obtain a single sheet of paper.
Afterwards, the resulting sheet of paper is fixed to a wooden frame and allowed to dry and stretch for about 30 hours.

The ‘canvas’ thus obtained is then finally treated with animal glue in order to guarantee an ideal fixing of colours and a perfect preservation over time.

As for colours, they are natural powders derived from mineral, vegetable and animal materials. After mixing with water and animal glue, these natural colours are applied on ‘canvas’ in several layers so as to obtain the desired chromatic intensity.

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