Artworks on President Ho Chi Minh on display in Hanoi

A photo displayed at the exhibition (Source:

As many of 50 artworks on President Ho Chi Minh by 39 prominent Vietnamese painters and sculptors are on display at an exhibition which opened entitled “'Remembering Uncle Ho” which opened in Hanoi on August 30th.

The exhibition aims to honour the life and career of the great leader to mark 50 years of implementing his testament (1969-2019) and to celebrate the country’s 74th National Day (September 2nd).

Visitors to the exhibtiion (Source:

Exhibits are in different genres including paintings, graphics, sculptures and posters in a wide variety of media such as oil on canvas, lacquer, woodcuts, gouaches, water colours and silk.
“President Ho Chi Minh’s personality and morality have always been a shining example for all Vietnamese people and are an everlasting source of inspiration for many generations of painters, sculptors and graphic artists,” said Nguyen Anh Minh, director of the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum.
“Through the exhibition, visitors can understand the compassionate love and care of Uncle Ho to people from all walks of life, from brave soldiers at the front to hard-working farmers, ethnic minority people and children,” said Minh.
The exhibition will run until September 6th at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum, 66 Nguyen Thai Hoc Street./.


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