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Portraits of Cho Hyun-myeong and Cho Jae-ho

조현명·조재호 초상 (趙顯命·趙載浩肖像)

early 1800s
Image: 35.6 x 27.3 cm (14 x 10 3/4 in.); Mounted: 44.4 x 33.2 cm (17 1/2 x 13 1/16 in.)
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These two men belonged to the Pungyang Cho Clan, one of the most important political power houses in 18th-century Korea.


These two portraits are of members of the Cho family, which originated from the area of Pungyang. Cho Jae-ho (1702-1762) on the left is the cousin of Cho Hyun-myeong on the right. Both were High State Councilors, called yeong-uijeong, and the Cho family ordered these two portraits as a family honor. Korean portraits were copied for sharing at each family Confucian ritual; similar portraits are still in the collection of the Cho family in Korea.
Portraits of Cho Hyun-myeong and Cho Jae-ho

Portraits of Cho Hyun-myeong and Cho Jae-ho

early 1800s

Korea, Joseon dynasty (1392–1910)

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