Luong Xuan Nhi’s paintings of Vietnamese women

In celebration of Vietnamese Women’s Day, VX Art Gallery is glad to introduce some invaluable paintings of women by renowned artist Luong Xuan Nhi.

Women’s images in Luong Xuan Nhi’s painting are diverse. The characters include poor girls and old people who earn their living on the streets. Hanoi’s women are often appeared in his paintings. He has hundreds of paintings on Hanoi’s women. (from Nhan Dan Newspaper ).

Read more : Women, the symbol of beauty in Luong Xuan Nhi’s paintings

Congratulations on all Vietnamese women for their perseverance, bravery and beauty!

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