Painting exhibition highlights Vietnamese, Moroccan beauty

Lacquer and oil paintings featuring beautiful Vietnamese and Moroccan scenery, and portraits of people are on display at the Vietnam Museum of Ethnology in Hanoi from January 8.

These works were drawn by artist N.R.Deniale – the wife of the Moroccan Ambassador in Vietnam.

They include paintings on Vietnam’s “nha nhac” (royal court music) performance, and Hanoi’s Ngoc Son temple and streets, and Morocco’s Kasbah of the Udayas and Chellah heritage site.

The exhibition opens up more cooperation opportunities between the museum and foreign embassies in Vietnam, contributing to further introducing both world and Vietnamese cultures to domestic and foreign visitors.

It will be open to visitors until April 9.

Source: Vietnamplus

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