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    Mining Sound of the Soul, 1994
    woodcut print
    45.6 × 50 cm

    Accomplice, 1994
    woodcut print
    45 × 42 cm

    Crying Mother in Twilight, 1994
    woodcut print
    42 × 40.8 cm

    May—Let the Light Shine, 1994
    woodcut print
    52 × 61 cm
    May 18 Memorial Foundation Collection

     

    Yeong-man Kim (b. 1949, Hwasun, Korea) graduated from the Department of Fine Arts at the Graduate School of Chosun University, and has been conducting constant research on Korean traditional woodblock prints. His has participated in numerous group exhibitions such as DMZ: Unification, Hope, Woodcut (Ssangin Gallery, Gwnagju, Korea, 1995), National Art Exhibition (SeMA, Seoul, Korea, 1996) and his main books are Hope for Spring Day (Sumideung, 2008), The road back hometown Woodcut, Writing Collection (Solgwahak, 2020)