Book Online or Call +84 976 128 977

Galleries

Besides silk art, art galleries are also extremely popular in Hoi An. There are many big and small galleries in the Old Town, rich in materials, techniques and topics such as the scenery of Hoi An, the local ladies dressed in their precious “ao-dai”, or the Vietnamese traditional costume or flowers… You will also find magnificent paintings of Vietnamese painters here. art-2 Paintings are generally of the mass-produced kind, but are still hand-painted. This shows that the locals are really gifted in the area of art. These paintings may be a little expensive and are done on lacquer as well as oil. They are generally done using bright colors, as a part of the Vietnamese tradition. The hand painted home decors such as wall hangings and lampshades could be very nice gifts for your friends and loved ones. If you don’t want to spend a huge amount of money on purchasing these masterpieces, you can go for the printed versions, which come at a much lower price. List of galleries shops Gallery Tam Duong Phu Tam (photographer) 99 Nguyen Thai Hoc street Hoi An City, Vietnam Tel: +84 510.3863757 Mobile: + 84 913497066 http://www.phutampro.com [email protected] His portrait works somehow capture the very essence of the subject, while his images of daily life in the countryside and towns offer a glimpse into the toil, play, hopes and troubles of thousands of Vietnamese people. There are loads of art galleries and shops in Hoi An He is a member of the Vietnamese assocration of photographic artists (AVAPA). He is also a member of the international federation of photographic ar (AFIAP). He has a lot of works with the international and domestic high prizes. Most of pictures on this site are from photographer Duong Phu Tam Linh Hai Gallery 57-76 Tran Phu, Hoi An, Vietnam High quality paintings in oil, lacquer ware, embroidery, fine arts and souvenir items. La Gai Art Space 130 Nguyen Thai Hoc, Hoi An, Vietnam Beautiful works including some excellent photographs, pricey but collectable. And why not enjoy a cup of tea or coffee while you visit? Source: hoian-tourism.com

Share "Galleries" via:

No comments yet.

Leave a Reply


9 + six =