Oil painting exhibition features daily lives of Vietnamese people

VOV.VN - Seventy artworks showcasing the daily lives of Vietnamese people have been put on display at a recent oil painting exhibition held in Ho Chi Minh City.

Among some of the notable oil paintings, are images featuring the lives of ethnic people in mountainous areas. This painting titled “Hai chi em” (Two sisters) is drawn by painter Nguyen Dinh Duy Quyen and has attracted the attention of many viewers.
Le The Anh, the painter of this piece, choose dark colours for a painting about family life.
An oil painting titled “Tuoi tho” (Childhood) by Le The Anh
“Hoai niem” (Recalling) by Nguyen Le Tan portrays loneliness in modern society.
“Sac xuan” (Spring) by Pham Binh Chuong features a street corner in Hanoi.
Long Bien Bridge appears in many paintings by Pham Binh Chuong.
“Ngong doi” (Waiting) by Nguyen Van Bay portrays a lady looking out to sea. Many paintings by Van Bay feature fishing villages or life in the countryside.
“Dem” (Night) by Mai Duy Minh. The exhibition will run until November 20.

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