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Trân Van Cân (1910-1994), Jeune vietnamienne à la toilette.

Impression sur soie signée en bas à droite. vue 56 x 38 cm. Estimation : 800/1000€

VENTE AUX ENCHèRES LE DIMANCHE 24 OCTOBRE à SAINT-GERMAIN-EN-LAYE PAR SVV ALAIN SCHMITZ - FREDERIC LAURENT. Email : contact@sgl-encheres.com

NDB: A rapprocher d'une autre en vente à la galerie Lac Hông:

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Trân Van Cân (1910-1994), Shampooing Hair. Carving on silk. Courtesy Lac Hông Gallery

23x35.5 cm (#TVCan03) - Price: USD 20,000

Born in 1910 in Kien An Town, Hai Phong City, and died in 1994 in Hanoi. Graduate of the 1931-1936 class of the Ecole Superieure des Beaux-Arts de l’indochine. Awarded with the Ho Chi Minh Prize for Literature and Arts in 1996

Tran Van Can was one of the first handful of artists who could handle many media successfully. Under his magical hands, the various painting materials were transformed to suit the different themes of artistic creation. His greatest contribution to Vietnamese modem painting was in lacquer painting. He not only adored Dutch Realist painters of the 17th century and picked up Impressionist techniques, but also extensively employed sketching strokes of the Oriental tradition. Tran Van Can's most paintings depict real life objects. (source www.lachonggallery.com)