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We visited the Fine Arts Museum a few years ago. In my travel log, I wrote that the couple of hours we'd spent there hadn't been enough, so next trip we're planning to spend an entire morning or afternoon. It offers a fascinating spectrum of...More
It's a good mixture of old and new art and very enjoyable. Some of the paintings are hard to see as the colors already got dark/faded, but overall it gives a very good impression on art in SE Asia. I especially enjoyed the lacqered paintings...More
Spent around an hour here looking at the spot art. In general, there weren't lots of folks around and definitely the pathway through the gallery is somewhat of confusion but one may get lots of artworks to see. There is certainly a major emphasis on...More
The Hanoi art museum is 1 of the greatest places to see. In this particular school, you're intrigued with the evolution of Vietnamese art, from regular art as Dong Ho art, Hang Trong Art (a wood type engraving on Do paper), to lacquer paintings -...More
I hadn’t researched the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum prior to visiting so was not sure what to expect. On arrival at the colonial style building, my husband and I were pleasantly surprised. The Museum is home to a large collection of Vietnamese art including paintings,...More
This museum is closer to the Temple of Literature therefore simple to achieve. The rather dated demonstration of the museum and not enough info up front doesn't diminish from the excellent collection of both modern and historic. Vietnamese art form, in case you are able...More
The museum had a wide collection of ancient and modern art, which filled up 3 stories of the building. A great way to enjoy Vietnamese art while having a quiet and air-conditioned place to roam about for a few hours.