Book: Thanh Van – The Red Leaf Season

Category: Artists, Individual

Unit Price: US$55.00

Description: Thanh Van’s vision encompasses both simplicity and selectivity. One does not just sense the movement of time but the vast panorama of space from his paintings. This vision allows his viewers to capture the essence of the happiness of spring and summer and the serenity of autumn and winter that envelope the 36 ancient streets of HaNoi.

Published in 2001 by Gallery Vinh Loi, HaNoi, VN. 106 pages, hard cover, 27 cm x 31 cm. Bilingual: Vietnamese, English.

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