|Revised Romanization||I In-sang|
|Revised Romanization||Neunghogwan, Bosanja|
Yi Insang (1710–1760) was a painter and a government officer in the late Joseon period. Yi Insang was born to a high class and grandson of Yi Gyeongyeo who served as Yeonguijeong (prime minister). He worked as a government officer, Hyeongam of Eumjuk. At 42, Yi retired from the government officer and devoted to painting, poetry and calligraphy.
- Brief biography and gallery (in Korean)
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