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You can easily spend 2 hours going through the various periods of Vietnamese art. It is over three floors and two building so lots of walking required.
A lot of the painting are from the modern 1945 onward period and i found these a little...More
The Fine Arts Museum is housed fairly close to the War Museum. Therefore, logically figures it would be worth visiting both in the same afternoon.
The Arts Museum is spread over 2 buildings and is not on the scale of any major European galleries. That...More
While not a huge collection, the three floors and several galleries show several periods and styles of art. I especially enjoyed the galleries with silk paintings. An audio guide would be helpful as the explanations are very brief.
Wonderful museum with art spanning spanning centuries, well displayed with a brief overview of the various dynasties and how they contributed to the develpment of art in Vietnamese, english and French.
Our time spent at the Fine Arts Museum was delightful and peaceful, we thoroughly enjoyed the collections of paintings, sculptures and objects ranging from the first century BC to the present day, which are spread out over the three levels of the building. The collections...More
We loved this Museum. Gave us a good overview of the Arts in Vietnam over history. From early eras to end of the 20th Century including Applied Crafts, silk paintings, lacquer engravings, woodblocks and plastercuts, sculptures and oil paintings.
After that, we were hungry and...More
Easy to follow through the ages and development of the country. Some stunning sculptures and understandably a lot of painting relating to the war. Very interesting showing traditional and modern methods. Something for everyone wether or not an art lover.