Kim Bong-ryong

  • Name Kim Bong-ryong
  • Birth - Death 1902-1994
  • Major Works A base with Dancho Mu, Octagone shape bat pattern, Painted second story closet

Awards Received

  • Received 3. 1 Liberation award from a governor of Gyeongnam (1952)
  • Received a minister's award from the fourth domestic goods exhibition by Department of Commerce (1959)
  • Received the 3rd Gyeongnamdo Culture Award (1964)
  • Received a prime minister's award celebration the 60th new culture (1968)
  • Received a minister's award from National Craft Fair sponsored by Ministry of Culture and Communication(1969)
  • The first Gangwondo Art Fair Invited award(1976)
  • 1902 Born in Dongcheon-dong, Tongyeong-si, Gyeongnam
  • 1924 Exhibit in International Exhibition (Kyongdosi, Japan)
  • 1925 Exhibit in International Craft Exhibition (Paris, France)
  • 1927 Exhibit in Excellent Craft Fair (Tokyo, Japan)
  • 1930 Founder and operator of Ancient Art Lacquerer Center (Seoul)
  • 1934-1944 Recognized and awarded in Joseon Art Exhibition (10 times)
  • 1949 Inaugurated as a director of Samilsa Lacquerer Division
  • 1951 Taught at Lacquerer Teaching School sponsored by Tongyeong-geun
  • 1953 Opened a Lacquerer Factory (Choongmu City)
  • 1956 Acted as a vice-director of training center for Gyeongnam Lacquerer. Exhibit "Round Coffee Table" at the fifth national fair
  • 1957 Exhibit "Flower Vase" in Domestic Products Exhibition sponsored by Gyongnam Commercial Promotional Center
  • 1963 Opened Tongyeong Lacquerer Craft Center
  • 1964 Exhibit "Flower Vase" in a trade exhibition sponsored by International Youth Center
  • 1965 A judge at The Fourth Gyongnamdo Culture Award
  • 1966 A central judge of Inlaid Lacquerer part at International Skill Fair
  • 1967 Selected as the No.10 intangible cultural, a holder of inlaid lacquerer technique
  • 1968 Moved to Wonju, Gangwon-do
  • 1968 Inaugurated as a director of Fine Arts Department in Wonju Painting Craft in Gangwon-do
  • 1969 Exhibit 'Flower Vase" at Nationwide Craft Fair sponsored by Dong-A ilbo. Established Inlaid lacquererㆍEjo Moki Research Institute (Wonju)
  • 1974 Exhibit in The Fourth Tour Folkcraft Product Fair
  • A base with Dancho Mu

    A base with Dancho Mu

  • Octagone shape bat pattern

    Octagone shape bat pattern

  • Painted second story closet

    Painted second story closet