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Trung Vuong Secondary School Phong is intrigued by the streets, corners, daily activities, and hospitable people of Hanoi. Hanoi, to Phong, has bold French architecture as he admires in schools, villas, museums, and state buildings.
Vietnam National University of Science Born and raised in Ho Chi Minh City, Phong, 34, has been a freelance painter for a decade. He is a member of the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Association and the International Watercolor Society. Phong believes that the further he goes, the more life experiences he accumulates as inspiration for his art work.
A Hanoi street in spring The painting collection reflects how he feels about Hanoi with all his heart. He is detail-oriented with composition and color, giving his audience real Hanoi vibes.
Hanoi in early winter morning The painting collection embraces all the sentiments of a Southerner towards Hanoi. “The city has donned a furlough look as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. I really hope that my paintings will deliver a source of positive energy to everyone. We all are looking forward to the day that the virus goes down in history and the city is as vibrant as it used to be. Together, we will beat out COVID-19”, said Phong. The painter plans to open an exhibition inspired by Hanoi right in Hanoi when the pandemic ends.
An old French-styled building
St. Joseph’s Cathedral of Hanoi
Cua Bac catholic church
An old French-styled building
No.51, Tran Hung Dao street
Old East Gate, known as O Quan Chuong
Hanoi Old Quarter

Dreamy Hanoi in water-color by Hoang Phong

(VOVWORLD) - Hoang Phong, a painter from Ho Chi Minh City, has debuted his water-color painting collection called “A little love for Hanoi streets”. 

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