Polish painter’s art works introduced in Vietnam

Saturday, 2020-11-14 17:04:26
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Polish painter Marta Kisiliczyk at her exhibition (Photo: dangcongsan.vn)
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DO – As many as 17 paintings on the topic of nature by Polish painter Marta Kisiliczyk were introduced to Vietnamese viewers at her personal exhibition entitled “Transformation” which was officially opened at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum in Hanoi on November 13.

The event was part of the activities to mark the 70th anniversary of Poland – Vietnam diplomatic ties (1950-2020).

Her paintings, created while she was living in Vietnam, received many compliments from experts and the excitement of many visitors. It can be said that thanks to the deep connection with nature, Marta Kisiliczyk’s art works are both beautiful and impressive.

Speaking at the exhibition, Polish Ambassador to Vietnam Wojciech Gerwel emphasised that Poland and Vietnam haveclose relations in many fields.

He also expressed his sincere thanks to the Vietnamese government and people for their support and friendship to Poland during the COVID-19 outbreak.

At the exhibition, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs To Anh Dung expressed his appreciation and thanks to painter Marta Kisiliczyk for her sentiments toward the land and people of Vietnam.

For her part, painter Marta Kisiliczyk said that once she came to Vietnam, she felt attached to the country, in particular the nature and flora of Vietnam which have become an inspiration for her to create her most favoured works.