Book: Vietnamese Contemporary Art

Category: Contemporary Art

Unit Price: $ 70.00

Description: Featuring an impressive collection of Vietnamese paintings, this fine book provides an extensive exploration of the renaissance of Vietnamese art from 1925 to 1995.

The pages bring to life the three primary periods in modern Vietnamese culture: 1925 to 1945 – the birth of The Fine Arts College of Indochina and painters prior to the Revolution; 1945 to 1954 artists volunteer to fight for national salvation; and 1954 to 1995 – from socialist realism to eclectic post-war modernism. The book is a recommended guide towards an appreciation of the main Vietnam art mediums of paintings, lacquer, silk, wood engravings, and sculptures.

Published by the Fine Art Publishers, HaNoi, VN. 264 pages, hard cover, 27cm x 36 cm. Trilingual: Vietnamese, English, French.

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