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This collection of paintings captures a few key events held during King Jeongjo’s visit to the tomb of his father, Crown Prince Sado, between the 9th and 16th day of the second leap month in 1795 by the lunar calendar. According to the Protocols of the Feast of the Year Eulmyo (Wonhaeng Eulmyo Jeongni Uigwe), the original paintings were collectively produced by some of the greatest court painters including Kim Deuk-sin, Yi Myeong-gyu and Jang Han-jong. This particular copy was made in the 20th century.

Details

  • Title: King Jeong-jo Going to Father's Tomb
  • Creator: unknown
  • Date: 20th century
  • Provenance: Gyeonggi Provincial Museum
  • Type: Painting

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