Kim Du-ryang

Kim Du-ryang (김두량 金斗樑 1696 – 1763) was a painter of the mid Joseon period. He was the son of Kim Hyogyeong, a Hwawon. Kim Duryang followed his father’s career by entering the royal service as a member of the Dohwaseo, the official painters of the Joseon court. He was good at almost all genres of painting, including muninhwa

Kim Doo-ri (1696-1763) is a painter of Joseon. The road is the road, the lake is South and the river is Gyeongju.
He was distinguished in character, customs, and arithmetic, and had a separate system. It is especially daring to have a brave longevity and a grand style. There are works such as “Kwon Dong power hunting festival”, “Mokwoo road”, “Munhak mooring road” and “Black frame (or scratching dog)”.

Painter of Joseon (1392 ~ 1910).

It is the capital city of Gyeongju, the capital city of Gyeongju, the capital city of Gyeongju, and the capital city of Gyeongju.

It is the son of the father and the son of the apple, and the son of Kim Hyo-gang (孝 강).

As a flower garden, I lived in a separate house (尙 衣 院).

In keeping with the traditional North Korean painting style, it also played a role in showing the new tendency of the flower bed by accepting the Southern Chinese painting and the Western painting method. He was excellent in the mountain water, the character, and the wind, and he also painted the gods.

[Wolyeong Sansu-do] (1744, National Museum of Korea, Seoul) is a method to draw wrinkles such as sea cliffs and rocks in oriental paintings. (A kind of oriental shading method for expressing three-dimensional senses such as mountains and dirts), and the like, and a typical North Korean painting style is shown in [Moon River Flow Map] (Seoul Deoksugung Art Museum) It was influenced by wind.

[The Four Seasons Water Map] (1744, National Museum of Korea) is a collection of 184 × 8.4 cm (184 × 8.4 cm) of spring and summer summer scenery [ (182.9 × 7.2cm) This is a narrow, narrow side-length scroll that depicts the wind speed of winter. Kim Dae – hwan, who is regarded as the son of Kim Du – ri, pictured Kim Dong – kyu as a dowon.

[Doi Won Hwanghungdo] (Seoul National Museum of Korea) ⋅ [Mokudo] ⋅ [雄 犬 狀 圖] ⋅ [黑狗 图] 26.3 × 23cm, National Museum of Korea) showed that they accepted the influx of Western paintings from China (1616-1912).

There is also a collection of personal items such as [犬 図] (Japan, private collection) ⋅ [甲 士 龍 圖] ⋅ [三郎 圖] ⋅ [ I am telling a lot.