Nguyen Art gallery is an Art Gallery for original and quality paintings as well as sculptures. The name Nguyen Art means “Original Art”. The Gallery’s objective is to promote quality arts, particularly from Vietnam. The gallery focuses on emerging and established artists.Their works express and communicate the imaginative aspects of their culture and reflect concerns that range broadly from the spiritual and aesthetic to the social and political. Nguyen Art Gallery carries paintings using many traditional Vietnamese materials; these include; lacquer painting, charcoal painting, and water color painting on “Do” paper; as well as painting using such popular material such as oil on canvas, acrylic on canvas. In addition to paintings the gallery also offers wonderful and quality sculptures from Vietnamese sculptors .

These contemporary artworks are showcased in Nguyen Art Gallery which welcomes local access and also allows visitors from all over the world to cross the globe virtually and increase their understanding of quality art from Vietnam. Since it first opened in 2006 the Gallery has always looked for and found new faces Vietnamese art and regularly supports them. The Gallery also hold regular exhibitions for young artists as well as the already well-known ones at its venue.

Nguyen Art gallery is located in Hanoi, Vietnam. Artwork may be purchased directly from the Gallery in Hanoi or they may be viewed and ordered on the internet and we will ship the artwork worldwide.

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