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제목 Donated more than 80 pieces of art worth about 1.28 trillion won to the Metropolitan Museum in New York.



There is nothing permanent in the world.
The same is true of art.
There is a term "3D" that compresses the main route of art to the market.

"3D" is death, bankruptcy, and divorce.

Parents' complete imaginations of art are often passed on to their children.
In many cases, it is not.

In my father's eyes, even a world famous painting,

In the eyes of their children, it can be just a "brainer painting."

That is why in life, art or art, Oriental painting, Western painting, pictorial calligraphy, wine, collection, ancient books, rare books, etc.
The list of books should be compiled and valued.


In addition, making plans for donation, inheritance, disposal, and donation, as well as the establishment of an art museum, library, or foundation, is one of the important themes of "subsequent design."

As the portfolios of the rich have changed from the traditional real estate center to stocks, bronzes and artworks, the methods of inheritance design have also been diversified. This is the global trend.

In November 1936, the auction house, art collector Gansong Cho Hyung-pil (1906-1962), and the Yamanaka Chamber of Commerce, a Japanese trade dealer, competed.

The item was a white porcelain jar called 'white porcelain, blue, iron, and bronze, and chaecho, and Chungchonggukmun (Korean literature)' in the Joseon Dynasty. At that time, the Gyeongseong Art Club, where the auction was held, was a window for the release of legal relics, and Gansong desperately raised prices to prevent this.

 500, 1000, 3000, 9000, 10,000...In those days, Joseon pottery was never sold for more than 2,000 won.

Gan Song bid for 10,580 won.


In front of the overwhelming auction house, which can buy 15 tiles, Japan finally knelt down. The white porcelain, which was used as a bottle of sesame oil for female salamander, will be designated as National Treasure No. 294.


First of all, it's a clean-up operation. It is to organize the list with experts, arrange the value of artworks, such as buying or collecting, and then plan for disposal in succession, before birth, and after death.

The second is gift or inheritance. Just as every valuable asset is, art is naturally taxed.

In accordance with the WTO Agreement in 1991, there will be no tariffs, but both inheritance and gift taxes will be imposed.

However, there is no official price because art is not a property that requires registration or registration. Thus, as in the past practice of writing down a real estate contract, a method of reporting a low purchase price is often used in the market.

This is not desirable, but so far our reality is.

Based on the so-called "history-tilling" following the belief of the Cultural Security Bureau, the exhibition was organized to escape the simple truth of the work. Twelve out of 20 pieces of pottery "Jamesby Colaxon" that Gansong acquired from British lawyer John F.D.B. John F.D.B. in Japan. Gan Song has placed news in various places in hopes that the Westerner will dispose of his collection when he or she is about to return to his home country.


In 1937, after a premonition of political unrest, Moby headed straight for Tokyo after receiving a message that he was about to leave Japan. The bargain was a series of breakdowns, and Gansong had to sell ten thousand mounds of land around Princess Chungnam, which came down from generation to generation in order to get hold of the celadon.

Four of them were registered as national treasures and five were registered as treasures. The original manuscript of the book, "The Story of Waxbyon," which contains anecdotes at that time, is also on display. If you read it and look at the listener carefully, the substance on the surface looks like a blue blood line.

The third is the donation to museums and museums. A few years ago, Leonard Lauder, chairman of cosmetics company Estee Lauder, donated more than 80 pieces of art worth about 1.28 trillion won to the Metropolitan Museum in New York.


It was also thanks to the New York State Act, which provides tax breaks for art donations.

Korea also has a clause in the Corporate Tax Act and the Income Tax Act that translates donations to artworks into legal contributions. However, experts say that this is not enough yet.

Recently, a Japanese financial institution has newly launched the art trust business. It will also be used as a method of inheritance. It has more value than anything else.

"We have so many things to accomplish from now Please bear in mind that there is a mountain of things that we have to do to love our country and work hard for our country, rather than for our glorious and persevering efforts in the past."