Vietnamese paintings auctioned at high prices in Hong Kong

VOV.VN - Two paintings produced by Vietnamese artists have been sold for US$1 million and US$1.2 million, respectively, at an auction held recently in Hong Kong (China).

A lacquer painting - Hoàng hôn trên vịnh Hạ Long (Golden Sunset Over Ha Long Bay) created by Pham Hau from 1938 to 1945 - was sold for the highest price at US$1.2 million.

Another lacquer painting called Chơi đàn nguyệt (Lady Playing a Nguyet Cam) by Mai Trung Thu in 1943 fetched a price of US$1 million.

Eleven out of a total of 12 paintings on offer by Vu Cao Dam, Le Pho, and Bui Xuan Phai also changed hands at the auction. 

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