Book: Dinh Quan Paintings

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Description: A massive, ten years perspective book, showing a variety of style changes in lacquer and oil paintings. Accompanied by several comments and articles from well collectors and art critics.

Published in 2004 by Fine Art Publishing House, Hanoi, Vietnam. 112 pages, hard cover, 50 cm x 50 cm. Bilingual – Vietnamese and English.

Source: Vietnameseartbooks

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