Exhibition “Indochine Scenes: Vietnamese and French Art in the 1900s” in London

Exhibition “Indochine Scenes: Vietnamese and French Art in the 1900s” in London

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Presentation: Sat 03 Nov 2018, 3 pm
Exhibition: 03 – 10 Nov 2018, 11 am – 6 pm and by appointment
Guy Peppiatt Gallery, 6 Mason’s Yard, Duke Street
St James’s, London

From Asian Art in London:

A painting exhibition on fine art in Indochina in the 1900s opens tomorrow in London.

Titled “Indochine Scenes: Vietnamese and French Art in the 1900s”, the exhibition features 36 artworks by French artists working in Indochina and Vietnamese master artists.

It is open from 11 am to 6 pm daily during 03-11 November at the Guy Peppiatt Gallery and by appointment.

A special event, featuring a lecture/presentation by Denise Heywood – an acclaimed writer and lecturer on Southeast Asian Art, takes place at the same place at 3pm tomorrow. Places are limited and by invitation only.

Artists in the show:
Anonymous-French (20)
Applied Arts School of Thu Dau Mot
Marcel Bernanose
Marie Antoinette Boullard-Deve
Duret-Fischbach
Le Minh
Le Pho
Luu Cong Nhan
Ngo Van Duyen
Nguyen Thanh Le
Nguyen Tu Nghiem
Phung Pham
Phung Quoc Tri
Louis Rollet
Tran Huu Chat
Unknown
Vinh Phoi

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