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Unique paintings by Ukrainian artist celebrate Year of Tiger

Anatasiia Kuusk, a Ukrainian painter who loves Vietnam, has designed a collection of paintings portraying the tiger to celebrate the Year of the Tiger in Vietnam in 2022.

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Anatasiia Kuusk was born and grew up in Ukraine. Two years ago she arrived in Vietnam before the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, and she later chose to stay in the country.
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She says the image of the tiger reminds her most of Vietnam, similar to her feelings of Europe as bears or Australia as koalas.
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Drawing inspiration from the animals, the Ukrainian artist creates a collection of paintings of the tiger to mark Vietnam’s coming lunar New Year in 2022 – the Year of the Tiger.
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A close view of a picture depicting a street of tigers.
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Ana's paintings come at different prices, ranging from VND300,000 to VND700,000 for prints. Drawings cost between VND1 million and 3 million.
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Some of the sketches capture the ordinary moments of tigers.
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Ana sketches out her ideas of tigers in her personal notebook.
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Her drawings are always soulful, helping to leave an image of close and intimate feelings about the big animal representing the upcoming lunar year, according to the Oriental culture.

Source: VOV

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