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Values of Kim Du‐ryang’s Sapsal‐dog Painting in the Painting History Shown in Yeongjo’s Works

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1성보박물관 학예연구실장

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ABSTRACT

Kim Du‐ryang’s Sapsal‐dog painting is a wok securing a regular degree of meaning not only in the pictorial perspective but also in the political perspective. Yeongjo’s works occupying the subject of pertinent paintings have metaphorical suggestions. Therefore, this picture has to be interpreted in the context of political situations in 1743 in Yeongjo era. This study aims to identify the suggestions in the following three perspectives. Firstly, this study analyzes Yeongjo’s works and a monochromatic ink calligraphy work of Jegamyeongpunhwacheop, and secondly, examines the Sapsal‐dog painting in a context of political situation in 1743. Thirdly, this study attempts to identify the features of Sapsal‐dog painting completed by Yeongjo’s works and Kim Du‐ryang’s painting. Through the research above, it is hoped that this study may provide a chance to have active interdisciplinary interactions between history and art including studies of works and Magpies of painters as well as Kim Do‐ryang in the 18th century.

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