About 60 paintings of landscapes, people and life across Vietnam are on display at the Ho Chi Minh City Fine Arts Museum.
The paintings were created using lacquer and oil on canvas by a group of seven painters living in southern Vietnam: Tran Chi Ly, Huynh Lac Viet, Vu Hoang Tuan, Nguyen Man, Nguyen Dinh Su, Ngo Huy and Nguyen Trong Loc.
Huy said most of his paintings feature ancient houses and streets in Vietnam. Viet said his works reflect people's hard competition and vicious circle. Su said his paintings depict women with many children, as well as many hard-working farmers.
The exhibition can be viewed at the HCMC Fine Arts Museum, 97A Pho Duc Chinh Street in District 1 from December 17 to 25.