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   Hongdo / Hong-Do
   Kim / Gim
   K. H. ; Kim / Gim Hongdo / Danwon / Tanwŏn / Tan Won / 檀園 / 金弘道 / 김홍도 / ‏; كم هونغ دو
   
   
   1745 in Ansan, nowadays South Korea
   1806 c. or 1810 c.
   
   
   members of the Gimhae Gim clan
   
   South Korea
   
   after recommendation of Kang Sehwang, he entered the royal service as member (hwawon) of the Dohwaseo, the official painters of the Joseon court ;
   Kim Yang Gi ; in 1771, he painted the portrait of the Royal Heir (the future King Jeongjo) ; in 1773, he assisted Byeon Sang-byeok when painting the Royal Portrait of King Yeongjo (1694-1724-1776) ; other patrons included the newly instated King Jeongjo (1752-1776-1800) ;
   botanical and zoological drawing and painting
   https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hwangmyo.jpg
   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gim_Hongdo
   Chung Hiung-Mim: Agricultural illustrations of 19th c. Korea, in: Historia Scientiarum 21, 1 (2011: 44-6 ;
   Full-time court painter of the Joseon period of Korea; one of the first Korean perspectival artist, practising 'true view painting'.
   15612613
   
   





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