Vietnamese Artists Hanoi


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Vietnam has many incredible artists and galleries and after spending a month here, I have a much better appreciation for Vietnamese art. Nguyen Tien Chung and Pham Hoang Minh are two favorite Vietnamese artists.

Nguyen Tien Chung Pagoda
Nguyen Tien Chung Pagoda
Nguyen Tien Chung

Chung was born in Hanoi and graduated from the Indochina Fine Arts College. Minh graduated from the Hanoi Institute of Industrial Fine Arts and specialized in monumental scientific study (large wall paintings).

Dang Tin Tuong
Halong Bay Vietnam – Nam Nguyen
Nguyen Ngoc Hoai
Nguyen Ngoc Hoai
Pham Hong Phuong
Silk Painting
Le Pho
Nguyen Duy Nhi
Nguyen Tien Chung Pigeon
Female Militants Nguyen Tien Chung – Hanoi Art Tours
Woodcutting, Lacquer, Silk Paintings

Chung creates woodcutting and lacquer and silk paintings focusing mainly on the rural lives of Vietnamese people. In 1946 he won the Grand Prize at the National Fine Arts Exhibition in Vietnam. From 1955 to 1965 he taught at the Fine Arts College of Vietnam and many of his works are on display there.

Shining Day Pham Hoang Minh
Pham Hoang Minh
History and Influence

“With a millennium of Chinese domination starting in the 2nd century BC, Vietnamese art absorbed many Chinese influences. After independence from China in the 10th century AD this continued. By the 19th century, French influence took hold in Vietnam and helped shape the birth of modern Vietnamese art. Despite Chinese ad French influence, Vietnamese art has always retained many distinctively Vietnamese characteristics.”

Nguyen Tien Chung
Le Thi Luu
Hong Phuong
Pham Hoang Minh
Pham Hoang Minh