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When Pham Thi Giang Sinh fuses oil painting with model clay flowers, a new art form blossoms, giving her a deep sense of satisfaction. Somehow the oil paintings become more lively and vibrant when she attaches the colourful clay bouquets.

Artist tells stories of life through abstract art

Painter Vu Bich Thuy has opened her solo exhibition Vị Nhiệt Đới (Tropical Taste) in Hanoi showcasing 36 new abstract paintings on canvas.

Tia-Thuy Nguyen’s paintings to be displayed in France

Vietnamese painter Tia-Thuy Nguyen’s over 30 artworks will be introduced at the "Floating in the Nothingness" exhibition in France from September 25.

Late Vietnamese artist’s name rectified by auction house after decade-long error

An international auction house has officially corrected the name of a late Vietnamese artist, following calls from art researchers and the wider community.

Paintings transform history of Vietnamese art

The first generation of painters and their creative explorations have gone above and beyond with immortal works that have left an indelible mark in the history of Vietnamese art.

Artist's talent blooms with lotus flower collection

Nguyen Thuy Huong has been as creative as she has ever been, finishing dozens of paintings, largely of the lotus flowers for which she is famed.

Vietnamese paintings at international auctions reach milestones

Vietnamese paintings, especially the artworks created by those who studied from the Indochina Fine Arts College, have attracted the attention of the world’s art collectors.


Three Vietnamese artists participate in Asia-Pacific exhibition

Vietnamese artists submitted four artworks to participate in the 10th Asia Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (APT10) exhibition.

The first solo exhibition of a Vietnamese artist in Italy

The exhibition titled Soul Energy by Vietnamese artist Henry Le will take place from October 2-12, 2021 at Arsenale Nord Tesa 99, Italy.

French museum hosts exhibition on painter Mai Trung Thu

The Ursulines Museum in France is currently exhibiting paintings by Vietnamese master Mai Trung Thu, the first retrospective ever in Macon City.

Bui Xuan Phai’s paintings to be auctioned in Singapore

Three paintings of late Vietnamese painter Bui Xuan Phai will go under the hammer at the "Modern and Contemporary Southeast Asian Art" session of Singaporean auctioneer Larasati on June 17.

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.

Vietnamese paintings return to homeland

The painting "Madame Phuong" by painter Mai Trung Thu recently sold for US$3.1 million, a high point in Vietnam’s cultural life.

Paintings of Vietnamese artists return home from Japan

Japanese collector Itoh Toyokichi donated a collection of 238 paintings by famous Vietnamese painters to the central city of Da Nang.

Exhibition opens at Craig Thomas Gallery depicting loneliness, isolation

Painter Tuyen Nguyen on September 25 opened a solo exhibition portraying loneliness, especially during this period of social distancing, at the Craig Thomas Gallery in District 1, HCMC.

Veteran artist needs help with forged painting

Veteran artist Nguyen Thu has called for help because a French auction house sold a painting under his name, according to fine arts researcher Ngo Kim Khoi. 


Renowned war artist Huynh Phuong Dong dies

 Viet Nam's greatest wartime artist Huynh Phuong Dong passed away yesterday, leaving behind thousands of paintings and sketches and a huge number of unfinished works.

Vietnamese artist honored by Sotheby's

VietNamNet Bridge - Along with 19 abstract artists from seven Southeast Asian countries, Pham An Hai was the only Vietnamese artist honored by Sotheby’s at an exhibition held in Singapore and Hong Kong.

Revolutionary propaganda pictures - valuable treasures of Vietnam arts

Vietnamese propaganda pictures featuring political and national events such as the August Revolution (August 19), Reunification Day (April 30), National Day (September 2), National Assembly election, and Party Congresses are prime works of art.