Traditional Korean Painting

Fall 2012
Prof. Doo Hee Chung (정 두 희)
Seoul National University

During an exchange semester at the Seoul National University, four Portraits on silk were created at a course for traditional korean painting. A selected original was first copied with ink on hanji paper in matters of training. Later the motive was painted on framed silk three times, in order to show the process of its creation. Subsequent a self-portrait had to be made in the same way.
All used materials and techniques correspond to traditional korean rules.
The original Portrait of Jeong Gyeron-sun (정경순 1721– 1795) is stored at the National Museum of Korea.



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