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VN painting "Mother and Child" sold for high price at Sotheby’s art auction

A piece of work titled “Mère et enfant” (Mother and Child) produced by French-Vietnamese painter Le Thi Luu was auctioned for EUR529,200 during an online session at Indochine of Sotheby’s.

VN painting auctioned for US$1.57 million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong

An oil and canvas painting titled “Young Woman With A Conical Hat By The River” by Vietnamese artist Mai Trung Thu sold for US$1.57 million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong auction house at noon of December 14.

French exhibition set to display artworks by painter Mai Trung Thu

An art exhibition featuring 140 paintings produced by renowned Vietnamese artist Mai Trung Thu will be held at the Ursulines Museum in Macon, France, from June 16 to October 24, the Voice of Vietnam (VOV) reported.

Artist offers a new take on nude silk painting

Artist Bui Tien Tuan has debuted his nude paintings on silk which experts say are rare in Vietnamese fine arts.

Painting by Le Pho sold for $1.1 million at Hong Kong auction

The masterpiece Jeune femme attachant son foulard (Young Lady Tying Her Scarf) by renowned painter Le Pho was sold for 1.1 million USD at a Hong Kong auction on May 24.

Debut of Dien Bien Phu Campaign panorama on horizon

A panorama artwork of the Dien Bien Phu Campaign is expected to be officially debuted on May 7 in Dien Bien province to mark the Dien Bien Phu victory over French colonial rule.

Hanoi’s seasonal appeal grabs young artist

Hanoi’s seasonal beauty and its original architecture featuring both old and modern elements have long been a source of inspiration for young painters, one of whom is Hoang Phong.

National museum hosts first solo exhibition by Duy Hoa

Artist Nguyen Duy Hoa’s first solo exhibition has opened at Vietnam Museum Fine Arts.

Artists focus on canvas

Three artists are telling their personal and unique stories through paintings at the ongoing exhibition entitled Toan (Canvas) in Hanoi.

XOM exhibition features artistic dreams and future of life

A special painting exhibition entitled XOM by a group of Vietnamese artists and a foreigner will open this week in the centre of Hanoi.

Exhibition featuring men at work and use of light planned

An exhibition showcasing work by artist Dang Huu opens in Hanoi on August 16.

Galerie Quynh hosts new work by local artist

Galerie Quynh will host HCM City-based visual artist Ngo Dinh Bao Chau's solo exhibition from August 14 to October 3.

Sketch collection celebrates COVID-19 fighters

A collection of sketches reflecting life and activities of doctors and nurses at locked down hospitals in the central city has been introduced by a young college student.

Painter shows passion for Nguyen Du’s epic poem ‘Tale of Kieu’

Starting drawing illustrations inspired from ‘Tale of Kieu’ in 1999, 42-year-old painter Nguyen Tuan Son got the nickname ‘Son Kieu’ by his colleagues for his long-time passion for the masterpiece.

Hanoi exhibition shows multiple faces of life

Da Dien (Polyhedra), an exhibition gathering emerging artists of Vietnamese contemporary art has just been kicked off in Hanoi.

Arts exhibition connects Vietnamese painters nationwide

A total of 60 paintings created by 11 members of an arts club based across the country have gone on show at the Fine Arts Museum in Ho Chi Minh City.

Six artists join exhibition in Hanoi

A group exhibition featuring six contemporary artists of Vietnam will mark the grand opening of Manzi’s new exhibition space at 2 Hang Bun Street in Hanoi.


Nguyen Huy An to hold solo exhibition at Galerie Quynh

“Am sang”, a solo exhibition of Nguyen Huy An, which was inspired by the rich folk and religious traditions of Northern Vietnam, now opens at Galerie Quynh in District 1, HCMC.


Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand arts exhibition opens

 The Vietnam – Malaysia – Thailand artist exhibition and exchange was opened at the Centre for Fine Arts and Photography in 29 Hang Bai Street, Hanoi on December 26.

A new way of life from paper quilling

  Tran Thuy Thuy Vi, 37, started her professional life later than others of her age. She suffered physical and spiritual pains after a severe disease disabled one of her legs at the age of three.