A painting exhibition featuring works about Hanoi people and life by three Thai painters is held today in Hanoi to celebrate 35 years of diplomatic relations between Vietnam and Thailand.
Titled “Hanoi in Spring,” the exhibition will include pencil and coal portraits of Hanoians by Suwit Jaipom along with oil and watercolor paintings of daily life in Hanoi by Direk Kingnok and Dinhin Rakpong Asoke.
At the opening ceremony to take place at 6pm on May 3, Suwit Jaipom will draw pencil and coal portraits for visitors.
The exhibition will run until May 9 at the Viet Art Center, 42 Yen Kieu Street.
Source: Tuoi Tre
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