The set includes 51 watercolors painted in 1889 depicting the landscape of North Vietnam made by artist Lam Thu Hau (the name is not stamped on Sotheby’s official website) The set is sold for 524,000 Hong Kong dollars (nearly 1.5 billion dong).
The “Purple Curtain” of painter Le Pho was performed from 1942-1945. In April 2012, in Hong Kong, the “Purple Curtain” was auctioned at HK $ 2.9 million (over VND 8 billion). At this point, this is considered the highest price ever paid for an art work by a Vietnamese painter.
The picture “Two girls” by painter Mai Trung Thu painted in 1942.
The painting “The medicinal tree” by painter Le Pho, painted in 1932.
The picture “Look from the top of the hill” by painter Le Pho was done in 1937. The painting has reached the selling price of 840,000 US dollars (18.2 billion dong) in November 2014 when being auctioned in Hong Kong. . Now this is the most expensive picture of a Vietnamese painter who ever appeared at an auction.
The “Two Young Women” paintings by painter Tran Van Tho (1917-?, Unnamed on Sotheby’s official website) sold for 52,500 Hong Kong dollars (147 million dong).
The “Five Young Girls” paintings by artist Mai Trung Thu were auctioned at a price of 625,000 Hong Kong dollars (over 1.7 billion dong).
Types of uniforms of the Nguyen court were performed by painter Nguyen Van Nhan. The set of 54 watercolors has reached Hong Kong’s selling price of 680,000 dollars (nearly 2 billion dong).
The “The seller of rice” by painter Nguyen Phan Chanh drew in 1932. In May 2013, this art work was sold at a price of US $ 390,000 (nearly VND 8.5 billion) in Hong Kong. At that time, the work set a record of the price paid for a fine art work of Vietnamese painters.
The picture “Woman looking through the balcony” by painter Mai Trung Thu, painted in 1940, was auctioned in Hong Kong at the price of 600,000 Hong Kong dollars (nearly 1.7 billion dong).
The “Two Sisters” was made in 1940. The work was auctioned in Hong Kong and reached a price of HK $ 250,000 (over VND 700 million).
The “Hầu Đồng” painting was painted in 1931 by painter Nguyen Phan Chanh.
The painting “Little brother” of painter Tran Binh Loc (1914-1941) was painted in 1936, costing 427,500 Hong Kong dollars (1.2 billion dong).
The “Small Family” was made in 1940. The work used to cost 740,000 Hong Kong dollars (2 billion).
The “Crooked Girl” by painter Nguyen Phan Chanh.
The “Mother and Child” picture once reached a price of 1,160,000 Hong Kong dollars (more than 3.2 billion).
The picture “Road to Thay Pagoda” by painter Tran Duy (1922-2014).
The “Bathing” was done in 1937-1938, priced at 562,500 Hong Kong dollars (nearly 1.6 billion dong).
The “Melody” of artist Mai Trung Thu.
The “Portrait of a Vietnamese boy” used to cost 225,000 Hong Kong dollars (631 million).
The picture “Young woman drinking tea” by painter Vu Cao Dam (1908-2000).
Luu Van Sin’s Les Parasoliers was sold for $ 112,062 at Christie’s Hongkong in 2013