Exhibition tells stories of Hàng Trống folk paintings

March 19, 2024

HÀ NỘI An exhibition showcasing 40 Hàng Trống folk paintings associated with popular folk tales in the spiritual and cultural life of Vietnamese people is taking place at the Vietnamese Women’s Museum in Hà Nội. The Tranh Truyện Hàng Trống (Hàng Trống Folk Paintings) is organised by the museum in collaboration with the artist Phan Ngọc Khuê, an art researcher. Genuine handicraft products, Hàng Trống paintings have a history of more than 500 years, and are linked to the rituals of ancestor worship. Nguyễn Thị Tuyết, the Director of the Vietnam Women's Museum, said the exhibition is expected to increase the appreciation and understanding of the beauty and value of the renowned genre of Hàng Trống paintings. The Director also expressed gratitude to the researcher for collaboration with the museum in organising the Hàng Trống Folk Paintings.

The source of this news is from Vietnam News

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