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Artistic journeys converge at 'Thu Tieu Dao' exhibition in Ho Chi Minh City

Artists Van Dieu Lien and To Bao An have recently launched an exhibition titled “Thú tiêu dao” (The pleasure of leisure) at the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association.

Sotheby’s to auction rare painting by celebrated Vietnamese painter

An oil painting by renowned Vietnamese painter Nguyen Phan Chanh (1892-1984), Les Chanteuses de Campagne, will go up for sale on June 14 in Paris as part of Sotheby’s Arts d’Asie sale.

Female artists tell stories in strokes

The exhibition entitled HerStory: Women in Art features 12 paintings and four sculptures by Nguyễn Thị Hoà, Cristina González, Mai Minh Hằng, Nguyễn Thị Thanh Lưu, Nguyễn Thị Thu Hiền and Alix Aymé.

Female painters showcase their own colours in group exhibition

An exhibition featuring artworks in various styles and mediums by ten female painters from across Vietnam will take place at the Fine Arts Exhibition Hall on Ngo Quyen Street in Hanoi from April 7-15.

Dao Anh Khanh begins series of exhibitions

The exhibition Vũ Trụ Hứng 1 (Universe Receives 1) presents the most recent paintings by artist Dao Anh Khanh at Lunet Art Gallery in Hanoi.

Art exhibition showcases reversals of conventional perceptions in painting

An art exhibition themed "Going Against the Flow" by Artist Nguyen Ngoc Dan was launched on November 18 at the HCM City Fine Arts Museum.

Vietnamese artist among illustrators of new Harry Potter book

The Harry Potter Wizarding Almanac, the first official companion to the Harry Potter books, features works by seven artists from around the world, including Pham Quang Phuc of Vietnam.

Hanoi's 'Lacameo' painters showcase beauty of life and femininity

Lacameo, a group of four artists from Hanoi is showcasing their outstanding works at an exhibition in central Hanoi featuring different angles of life including the beauty of femininity and medication.

Work by late Vietnamese painter among million-dollar paintings sold at auction

A delicate silk painting by late Vietnamese painter Lê Phổ (1907-2001) was sold for 1.2 million euros (US$1.28 million) – the most expensive piece of the auction Magnificence and Regality by Sotheby’s Paris on November 7.

Painting by late artist fetches high price at French painting auction

“Canard et Lotus” (“Mandarin ducks and lotus”), a painting on silk produced by late artist Le Pho, was sold for EUR1.2 million at an auction sale on November 7 at Sotheby’s Paris in France.

Fine paintings from collection to go under hammer in Paris

Rare and extraordinary works by painters who belonged to the first generation of Vietnamese artists, will go under hammer at an auction by Sotheby’s Paris on November 7.

Abstract artworks by late famous artist displayed at solo show in Hanoi

Abstract artworks by the late, famous artist Tran Trung Tin (1933-2008) will be introduced to the public for the first time to mark his 90th birthday.

Realist paintings capture soul of Vietnamese countryside

Artist Do Xuan Tuyen has been recreating images of the homeland, wishing to spread the love for the homeland, the sense of community, and the bond of family, especially as these emotional values are gradually fading away as society develops.

Hong Kong auctioneer to put painting by renowned Vietnamese painter up for sale

A never-before-seen painting by celebrated Vietnamese artist Mai Trung Thứ (1906-1980) will be offered at Bonhams Southeast Asian Modern and Contemporary Art on October 4.

Elderly artist’s brush with beauty in local community

85-year-old painter Nguyen Trong Nguyen’s mural paintings are beautifying the walls of many homes and the local lanes in general.

Nearly 100 paintings by Vietnamese-born painter returned after 30 years

Nearly 100 paintings by the late artist Tran Phuc Duyen will be presented before the public after 25 years of being kept in Switzerland.

VN artists’ paintings highlight the beauty of Italy

The timeless beauty of Italy is the main topic of watercolour paintings by Bùi Duy Khánh and Dương Thuỵ, which are on display at the exhibition “Italy: From Plein Air to Atelier” in HCM City.

Jeet Zdung wins Yoto Carnegie Medal

Vietnamese painter Jeet Zdung has been awarded the Yoto Carnegie Medal for Illustration for “Saving Sorya: Chang and the Sun Bear”.

Painter finds inspiration in rural scenery

Phan Mo’s paintings have been featured in various exhibitions, gone viral on the internet with thousands of likes and shares on Facebook, and most recently, won a contest of a Facebook page with over 2,3 million members in Vietnam.

Artwork by Vietnamese million-dollar painter achieves new record

The ink-and-gouache-on-silk painting was sold for HK$18.6 million (US$2.369 million) at the ‘50th Anniversary Modern Evening Auction’ by Sotheby’s Hong Kong.