The female curves are vividly expressed in a series of lacquer and silk paintings at the “Ve Phai Dep” (Painting Women) show in Hanoi.
More than 30 oil paintings by Thuy Nguyen will be displayed in France at a solo exhibition called “Floating In The Nothingness” from September 24 to December 31.
The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee decided that painter Bui Quang Vien could keep 29 paintings instead of having them destroyed as previously required due to “unlicensed exhibition.”
The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City decided to fine painter Bui Quang Vien VND25 million ($1,068) and ordered him to destroy 29 paintings for an “unlicensed exhibition.”
The severely damaged national treasure ‘Em Thuy’ (Little Thuy) painted by artist Tran Van Can has been painstakingly restored by foreign experts.
“Timeless Souls: Beyond the Voyage – Hon Xua Ben La”, the first exhibition by Sotheby’s in Vietnam, will take place at Park Hyatt Saigon in Ho Chi Minh City from July 11-14.
Over 50 paintings by well-known artist Bui Xuan Phai (1920-1988), many of which he painted toward the end of his life, are on public display for the first time.
‘Mère et enfant’ (Mother and child) by French-Vietnamese painter Le Thi Luu has been sold for €529,200 ($573,700) in an online auction by Sotheby’s.
Pham Hau’s six panel lacquer screen titled Golden Sunset Over Ha Long Bay, once owned by Vietnam’s last king, has gone under a Hong Kong hammer for around $1.25 million.
‘Paysage de Phnom Penh’ (Landscape of Phnom Penh) by Vietnamese artist Le Quoc Loc was sold for €1.22 million ($1.4 million) by French auction house Millon.
The “Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art” session of Singaporean auctioneer Larasati will feature three paintings from Vietnamese painter Bui Xuan Phai.
Nearly 140 works by prominent Vietnamese painter Mai Trung Thu will be displayed at an exhibition at the Ursulines Museum in Macon, France, from June to October.
“Young Lady Tying Her Scarf” by Le Pho fetched the highest bids of four local masterpieces auctioned at Christie’s Hong Kong on Monday.
‘Portrait of Mademoiselle Phuong’ by Mai Trung Thu has fetched the highest ever price for a Vietnamese painting with $3.1 million.
‘Autoportrait dans la forêt’ (Self-portrait in the forest) by Le Pho has been sold for €883,700 ($1.05 million) by Sotheby’s France.
‘Hoi Dinh Chem,’ a lacquer painting by Vietnamese painter Nguyen Van Ty, has been sold for nearly US$1 million at an auction in France, marking a record price for a Vietnamese artwork in Europe.
Stuck at home with school suspended, Nguyen Doi Chung Anh made the most of a lockdown in Vietnam by using art to demonstrate tragedy, resilience and chaos in the world’s battle against the coronavirus.
Despite a border with China, nation has kept confirmed cases low through quarantining, contact tracing, testing – and propaganda