Jeonju Baecheop-jang(painter in royal court) - Jeonbuk Intangible Cultural Property No. 62 +
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☆"Baecheop" refers to a traditional painting processing method that enhances not only beauty but also practicality and preservation by attaching paper, silk, etc. to letters and paintings. It is also called 'Pyogu' today, and is now called 'Janghwang' in Korea, China and Japan.
Baecheopjang refers to a person who was in charge of painting in the early Joseon Dynasty and was in charge of painting the royal court.
Baecheop is known to have originated during the Han Dynasty of China, was further developed into the Tang Dynasty and reached the establishment stage. Although it is not known how it was introduced to Korea, it can be seen from the folding screen paintings of Goguryeo tombs.
- studied under baecheop Seo Jae-young in 1964.
- 1979-1998: "Korea Geumseokmun Daegye" (Wonkwang University) materials and the production of scrolls
- 2005 designated as Korean Myeong-in(master)
- 2010 produced Jeonbuk Provincial Museum of Art's Byungpung(folding screen)
- A member of the Korean Society for Conservation of Cultural Heritage
- Janghwang Research Institute of Cultural Heritage