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In 1921, Elizabeth Keith, a Scotswoman who was one of the very rare westerners to visit Japanese-occupied Korea, made a woodblock print of the gorge, whose rich greens and blues sharply contrast with the Korean grisailles.
Sherald uses grisaille — a method of painting in gray monochrome — for her subjects’ skin.
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