Book: Vietnamese Oil Paintings

Category: Contemporary Art

Unit Price: US$35.00

Description: Composed of an impressive collection of 138 Vietnamese artists and their work in the past 50 years, this is a fine introduction to the great variety of styles that exists. It includes examples from the early masters to present day artists.

An excellent historical introduction to Vietnamese Art, this book documents the establishment and growth of The Fine Art College in Hanoi by Mr. Victor Tardieu in 1925. It follows the achievements of the students and teachers from its formative years to the ‘coming of age’ of Vietnamese contemporary art and its masters.

Published in 1996 by the Fine Art Publishers, HaNoi, VN. 148 pages, hard cover, 24 cm x 31 cm. Trilingual – Vietnamese, English, French.

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