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A Study on the Jo Hee-Ryong's work in Writing and Painting's Aesthetic - In relation to the term of banishment(1851~1853) on Imja Island-

조희룡(趙熙龍)의 집필활동(執筆活動)과 회화심미(繪畵審美) 고찰 - 임자도(荏子島) 유배기(流配期)(1851~1853)와 관련하여...-

  • Kim, Doyoung (Dept. of the faculty of liberal arts, Yewon Arts Univ)
  • 김도영 (예원예술대학교 교양학부)
  • Received : 2019.01.25
  • Accepted : 2019.04.15
  • Published : 2019.05.31

Abstract

Jo, Hee-ryong(1789-1866), who was given the title of "boss of the world handling a China inkt" in the late Joseon Dynasty, was from a noble family, but he claimed to be a yeohang-in himself. The byeoggyesa was formed based on Jong-in and they are engaged in literary activities. Hee-ryong Jo, "I do not follow people's back" is the art spirit of my life. The theory of the Holy Spirit has inspired emotion or inspiration as the essence of art. He pursued original aesthetics of painting with the true nature and personality as important. During his early 60s, the period of banishment for about three years had a profound impact on the identity and direction of his art world. During this period, he wrote four volumes, including "Hwaguamlanmug", "Uhaeagamgo", "Sugyeongjaehaeoejeogdog", "Hanwaheonjehwajabjon" and among his paintings with 19 paintings, eight paintings were produced, including "Hwangsannaengundo", "Bangunlimsansudo", "Maehwaseoogdo". These works reveal the Playful sokmi sprit, the grotesque of manual dexterity, and the aesthetic of painting through the natural divergence of natural nature.

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(그림 1) 趙熙龍, 「荒山冷雲圖」, Fig. 1. Jo Hee-ryong, 「Hwangsannaengundo」

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(그림 2) 趙熙龍, 「倣雲林山水圖」, fig 2. Jo Hee-ryong, 「Bangunlimsansudo」

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(그림 3)] 趙熙龍, 「梅花書屋圖」 fig 3. Jo Hee-ryong, 「Maehwaseoogdo」

References

  1. HeeRyong Jo, Sugyeongjaehaeoejeogdog (壽鏡齋海外赤牘)
  2. HeeRyong Jo, Uhaeagamgo (又海岳庵稿)
  3. HeeRyong Jo, Hanwaheonjehwajabjon (漢瓦軒題畵雜存)
  4. HeeRyong Jo, Hwaguamlanmug (畵鷗盦讕墨)
  5. KyoungJa Lee(2009), A Study on the asog aesthetic of Hosan Jo, HeeRyong's Literary Artists' Paintings, A doctoral dissertation of Graduate School of Sungkyunkwan University.