Gim Eung-hwan

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Gim Eung-hwan
Hangul 김응환
Hanja 金應煥
Revised Romanization Gim Eunghwan
McCune–Reischauer Kim Ŭnghwan
Pen name
Hangul 복헌, 담졸당
Hanja 復軒, 擔拙堂
Revised Romanization Bokheon, Damjoldang
McCune–Reischauer Pokhŏn, Tamjoltang
Courtesy name
Hangul 영수
Hanja 永受
Revised Romanization Yeongsu
McCune–Reischauer Yŏngsu

Gim Eung-hwan (1742–1789), also known as Kim Eung-hwan, was a painter of the late Joseon period. He entered royal service as a member of the Dohwaseo, the official painters of the Joseon court. Gim Eung-hwan is known for Danwon's teacher and good at sansuhwa (landscape painting).

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