Kim Hong-do (김홍도, 1745 - 1814), most often styled Danwon (단원), was a full-time painter of the Joseon period of Korea. He was together a pillar of the establishment and a key figure of the new trends of his time, the 'true view painting'. Kim Hong-do was an exceptional artist in every field of traditional painting, even if he is mostly remembered nowadays for his depictions of the everyday life of ordinary people, in a manner analogous to the Dutch Masters.
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- 19thcentury yangban.jpg 25 KB
- ChongSeokJeong.jpg 164 KB
- Danwon.jpg 35 KB
- Hwangmyo.jpg 260 KB
- Kim Hong-do, Chuseongbu.jpg 100 KB
- Kim Hong-do, Indian Prophet.jpg 1.02 MB
- Kim Hong-do, Kyujanggak.jpg 666 KB
- Kim Hongdo-Mountain.jpg 27 KB
- Kim Hongdo.jpg 46 KB
- Moguyangjado.JPG 145 KB
- Songhamaenghodo.jpg 486 KB
- 金弘道仕女圖.jpg 248 KB
- 선녀도.PNG 875 KB
- 월야선유도 - 놀잇배 (2).jpg 809 KB
- 월야선유도 - 놀잇배.jpg 926 KB
- 죽하맹호도.jpg 206 KB