|Revised Romanization||I In-mun|
|Hangul||유춘 or 고송류수관도인|
|Hanja||有春 or 古松流水館道人|
|Revised Romanization||Yuchun or Gosongnyusugwandoin|
|McCune–Reischauer||Yuch'un or Kosongnyusugwandoin|
Yi Inmun (1745-1821), also known as Yuchun, was a court painter of the late Joseon Dynasty, primarily of landscapes artist. He also held a military position in the court. Perhaps his best-known work is a silk scroll entitled Gangsan mujindo (Streams and Mountains Without End; hangul: 강산무진도; hanja: 江山無盡圖), which is displayed in the National Museum of Korea in Seoul.
In 1968, the American composer Alan Hovhaness (who had visited South Korea in 1963) composed a chamber symphony inspired by Yi's painting, entitled Mountains and Rivers Without End.
- http://www.artnet.com/library/09/0928/T092841.asp accessed August 13, 2005
- http://www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/mowa/hd_mowa.htm accessed August 13, 2005
- Arts of Korea, an exhibition catalog from The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries (fully available online as PDF), which contains material on Yi In-mun
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