Jo Seokjin

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  • Born: 1853
  • Died: 1920
  • Other Names: 小琳 (Sorim)
  • Japanese: 錫晋 Jo Seokjin

Jo Seokjin, also known by the art-name Sorim, was one of the last court painters of the Joseon royal court.

He spent a year in China in the 1880s, during which he studied Qing painting styles. He also experimented with Western-style painting techniques.


  • Gallery labels, Metropolitan Museum of Art.[1]