Book: Dang Xuan Hoa

Category: Contemporary Art

Unit Price: US$30.00

Description: Representative of the young painter’s generation of VietNam in the 90’s, Dang Xuan Hoa rid himself of impressionistic influence and reverted to traditional values. And became one of Vietnam’s premier young painters.

“Hoa, proved by his capabilities and good work to be one of the most remarkable figures of Vietnamese painting after Doi-Moi, distinguishing himself by his rare working power and an unmistakable style” writes Nguyen Quan.

“In Hoa’s style one can see the influence of artists from Nguyen Tu Nghiem and Nguyen Sang to Pablo Picasso and Jackson Pollock, yet he always remains uniquely himself” writes David. C. Thomas.

Published in 1995 by the Mai Gallery, HaNoi, VN. 160 pages, soft cover, 22 cm x 25 cm. Bilingual – Vietnamese, English.

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