Book: The World of Le Thanh Son

Category: Artists, Individual

Unit Price: US$40.00

Description: Of the artists of the “Doi Moi” generation, Le Thanh Son is perhaps the most deeply marked by French Impressionism.

“While Son’s world in his seascapes suggests the quiet strength of the elements, his landscapes have a still, pastoral feel to them,” writes Ian Findlay-Brown, publisher of Asian Art News.

Published in 2000 by The Apricot Gallery, HaNoi, VN. 119 pages, hard cover, 29cm x 27cm. Bilingual – Vietnamese, English.

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