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Vietnam Traditional Fine Arts
Vietnam has 54 ethnic groups, each of which has its own traditional culture. The diversity of the ethnic groups is apparent in the many traditional and cultural Vietnamese treasures. These treasures include the various works of art found throughout the country, including sculpture, ceramic, painting, and casting, made from materials such as clay, stone, bronze, steel, wood, and paper.
Vietnam Folk Paintings
Folk paintings are a combination of traditional cultural values with ancient artistic methods that have been created through the labour of past generations. There are two types of Vietnamese folk paintings, Tet (Lunar New Year Festival) paintings and worshipping paintings.
Vietnam Traditional Sculpture
In the realm of traditional art, Vietnamese sculpture has had a significant history of development. Vietnamese sculpture has been heavily influenced by the three traditional religions, Taoism, Confucianism, and Buddhism, which come from neighboring countries China and India. Examples of early Vietnamese sculpture can be found in common houses, temples, and pagodas.
Vietnam Traditional Pottery and Ceramics
Pottery has taken form early in Vietnam. According to ancient document, pottery appears in Vietnam ten thousand years ago. Following information is general outline of pottery and ceramics appearance through historic development.
Researchers and collectors of antique pottery are still talking about an exhibit that took place last year titled “From Go Sanh to Quang Duc”. Long Tuyen investigates. In the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum a map shows two ancient pottery centers, Go Sanh in Binh Dinh and Quang Duc in Phu Yen...
A special style of Cham pottery, known as Go Sanh, is the focus of a private museum established at 173 Le Hong Phong Street in Quy Nhon, Binh Dinh province. The ancient pottery on display at this location was collected by Mr. Nguyen Huot in the decades before Vietnam’s reunification...