Vietnamese Artists

Militants Nguyen Tien Chung Oil Painting – Hanoi Art Tours

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

Hang Gai Street Hanoi Pham Hoang Minh
Flowers Street Pham Hoang Minh
Nguyen Tien Chung Pagoda
Nguyen Tien Chung Pagoda
Nguyen Tien Chung Peasants Pulling Carts Lacquer on Board
Nguyen Tien Chung, Pham Hoang Minh

Born in Hanoi, Chung graduated from the Indochina Fine Arts College. Minh graduated from the Hanoi Institute of Industrial Fine Arts, where his specialty was monumental wall paintings.

Van Anh
Dang Tin Tuong
Halong Bay Vietnam – Nam Nguyen
Nguyen Ngoc Hoai
Nguyen Ngoc Hoai
Pham Hong Phuong
Silk Painting Halong Bay
Le Pho
Nguyen Duy Nhi
Nguyen Tien Chung Pigeon
Woodcutting, Lacquer, Silk Paintings

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

Pham Hoang Minh – Hanoi Rush Hour III
Pham Hoang Minh
History and Influence

“Vietnamese art absorbed many Chinese influences, starting with a millennium of Chinese domination beginning in the 2nd century BC. This continued after Vietnam gained independence in the 10th century AD. By the 19th century, French influence took hold in Vietnam and helped shape the birth of modern Vietnamese art. However, despite Chinese and French influences, Vietnamese art maintains distinctively Vietnamese characteristics.”

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


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