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Lee Jung Seob (Seop) was born in 1956 to a rich family in the now North Korea region of Pyeongwon, South Pyeongan Province. He studied in Pyeongyang, Jeongju (situated in North Pyeongan Province in North Korea) and Tokyo. During the Japanese colonial period, he started his career as an artist. He went back to Wonsan, South Hamgyeong Province (North Korea) and remained here until Korea got back its independence in the year 1945. During the Korean War of 1950 to 1953 he sought refuge from the war in Busan and Jeju Island. He still kept on moving from one place to another even after the end of the war; he moved around Tongyeong, Seoul, and Daegu. Lee died in 1956 at 41 years of age. Despite where he was located or the terrible conditions of life, Lee insistently carried on with his strong interest in artistry.

Despite living during the most unstable times in the Korean history characterized by colonial administration, warfare and disunity, Lee maintained his way of living and continued using his artistic skills to convey his thoughts and feelings. Even through the colonial administration when the Japanese suppressed any symbols of Korean culture and customs, Lee fearlessly created bull paintings; a long-established representation of the people of Korea. In spite of the prevailing conditions at the time such as poverty, impermanence and war he still created paintings that made people happy despite the hardships, demonstrating the cheer and happiness of his childhood days.

In the aftermath of the warfare he focused on bull painting inculcated with energy that proclaimed his determination and belief. Most importantly Lee strived to truly and honestly convey his emotions in his works of art. Additionally he desired to represent the Korean people by actualizing the traditional principles of art of Korea as a country. However Lee’s life was without a doubt full of misfortune; he got detached from his family, lived his final days in desolate isolation while agonizing from anorexia and mental illness, was swindled of his money and got into debt. As it happens to very many artists, Lee died in isolation and left behind a trail of desolate, sad works of art. 

Meet the man, the artist, the master of Korean modern painting we lost too soon, through his work collection including the famous ox paintings and tinfoil paintings. 



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price: $16.95
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publisher: New Ampersand Publishing (April 19, 2017)
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asin: B0713N62F2
isbn: 979-1188195046,
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After two years in refugee camps, with the family struggling to make ends meet during the war, Lees wife made the difficult decision toreturned toJapan in 1952By1950, he and his wife and two children had fled to Busan as a result of the outbreak of the Korean WarStruggling financial and devastated by his separation from his family, Lee suffered from depressionHe showed Fauvist tendencies and a strong and free drawing style at Bunka GakuenHis goal, he once said, was to be anhonest painter, and the painter of the Korean peopleRecommended Reading Crows Eye View at Tina Kim Gallery Delves Into Koreas Tumultuous History By Eileen Kinsella, Sep 11, 2015 Its a body of work that stands apart, from a man who worked prolifically despite personal and professional struggles Address 27-3, Ijungseop-ro, Seogwipo-si, Jeju-do 27-3 () Inquiries 1330 Travel Hotline: +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese) For more info: +82-64-760-3567 Operating Hours 09:00-18:00 (July-September 09:00-20:00)* Last admission 30 minutes before closing Closed Mondays, January 1, Seollal (Lunar New Year's Day) & Chuseok (Korean Thanksgiving Day) holidays Length of Tour ApproxFollow artnet News on FacebookLee Jung SeobCourtesy of the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, SeoulThank you for subscribing! artnet artnet Auctions Advertise Press Releases Terms Privacy Cookies About artnet Magazine Archive: English (US) Deutsch Francais Facebook Twitter Google+ Pinterest Instagram Tumblr LinkedIn YouTube Weibo 2017 Artnet Worldwide CorporationHowever, due to the hardships of life there, Masako left for Japan with his two sonsThe MMCA has secured an impressive 200 works on loan for the show, including tiny drawings etched on foil wrappers Lee saved from cigarette cartons and richly illustrated letters he sent to his wife and children, as well as more traditional oil paintings, such as thebull paintings for which he isbest-knownIntroduction Artist Lee Jung-seob is known for his paintings, reminicent of Fauvism, including one called White OxHe entered into Osan School and met an art teacher named Lim Yongryeon who had studied art at Yale University and worked as an artist in ParisContents 1 Paintings 2 See also 3 References 4 External links Others have an Cubist, Picasso-like quality, while still others suggest Henri Matisses cut outsand even graffiti, presaging Keith Harings signature crawling baby.This makes sense, given that Lees generation was the first to engage with Western styles of artLee Jung Seob (10 April 1916 in Pyeongannamdo 6 September 1956 in Seoul) was a Korean oil painterDuring the Korean War, he spent a year as a refugee in Seogwipo with his Japanese wife and two sons in a small leased house, where he produced many masterpiecesLee Jung Seob, Children in SpringBut upon closer investigation, the works reap many rewards 2ffeafca65



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