Book: Dinh Quan Paintings

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Book: Dinh Quan Lacquer Paintings

Category: Artists, Individual Unit Price: US$45.00 Description: The art of making lacquer paintings is complex and arduous. Ding Quan's skills as a lacquer artist are indisputable, though his most important contribution is probably his innovations in term of texture, movement and substances. He is the first lacquer painter who has created truly dynamic lacquer paintings where the actions of the subject matter, often female bodies, tend to move towards abstraction. This Book, with several … [Read more...]

A new stage in Dinh Quan’s art

  By Nguyen Trung   A few year ago, in my trip to Hanoi, I had an occasion to view Dinh Quan's painting in his joint exhibition with other painters of the group such as Quoc Hoi, Pham Ngoc Minh, Quang Huy and Tran Quoc Tuan. Each artist had his own peculiar way of painting but they all showed a powerful strength of creativeness novelty and no overlapping.  Separately speaking inside the smoothness and luster of Dinh Quan's lacquer paintings, there exists a concealed, mysterious … [Read more...]

Vietnam Forever in the Mind and Soul

Le Thanh Son The Huc Bridge 2008 Courtesy of AiBo Fine Asian Art

By Jaime Morris-Pisani April 15, 2011 Glenn Aber, collector and dealer of Vietnamese art, has a story for every piece in his collection. “Each piece has meaning to me,” he shares during a tour in his Westchester, New York, home-cum-gallery. “I bought them and I can picture the circumstances, I can picture the artist,” he says, his native Long Island dialect just barely detectable. Moving with alacrity from one work to the next, Mr. Aber shares the details of the friendships he has … [Read more...]

A Comparison Between Thai, Vietnamese and Burmese Contemporary Art (3 Jan 2009)

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Thavibu Gallery is uniquely positioned to make comparisons between contemporary art from three Southeast Asian countries since the Gallery displays, promotes and sells contemporary paintings from Thailand, Vietnam and Burma. Based on observations during the ten year period 1998 - 2008, we have noticed how the markets for contemporary paintings from the three countries are developing. … [Read more...]

Artist and Revolution

Party admission in the dien bien phu trench - Nguyen Sang

By Luong Xuan Doan 'Party Admission in the Dien Bien Phu Trench,' lacquer painting by Nguyen Sang. The first beautiful pages of Vietnam's modern fine arts were first written by artists To Ngoc Van, Tran Van Can, Nguyen Phan Chanh and Nguyen Do Cung and later by artists Nguyen Sang, Nguyen Tu Nghiem, Bui Xuan Phai and others, and until today, these are the most beautiful pages of the national revolutionary art. … [Read more...]

Artists and Revolution

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By Luong Xuan Doan 'Party Admission in the Dien Bien Phu Trench,' lacquer painting by Nguyen Sang. The first beautiful pages of Vietnam's modern fine arts were first written by artists To Ngoc Van, Tran Van Can, Nguyen Phan Chanh and Nguyen Do Cung and later by artists Nguyen Sang, Nguyen Tu Nghiem, Bui Xuan Phai and others, and until today, these are the most beautiful pages of the national revolutionary art. At first these artists lived with their emotion, feeling all that in the past so … [Read more...]