Sắc Màu Miền Núi Bắc Bộ | Colours of the Northern Moutains — Hoàng Nghĩa Hiệp

Hoang Nghia Hiep’s latest work is a series of colorful landscape paintings, inspired by the countryside villages of minority people in the northern mountains of Vietnam. With his warm and vibrant color palette, Hiep creates magical rhythms on canvas that transport us to the peaceful world of the highland villagers.


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Hiep’s latest work is a series of colorful landscape paintings, inspired by the countryside villages and “market days” of minority people in the northern mountains of Vietnam. He is fascinated by the atmosphere of the mornings in the flower markets, the harvest days in the highland villages, the smoke from peasant kitchens disappearing into the sunset, all those details that reveal the peaceful life of the villagers.  


Hoang Nghia Hiep does not focus on portraying the faces of the people, he prefers to capture their poses and their movements: The motions of two women standing near vegetable baskets, a mother and a young girl standing next to each other in a corner of the market, a mother and her little daughter on the road. They all are on the move, to or from the market, the center of joy and festivities, so different from the common life in the mountain. With his warm and vibrant color palette, Hiep creates magical rhythms on canvas that transport us to a different world.  


Hoang Nghia Hiep has been exhibited internationally with great success since 2001 in the United States, Italy, Hong Kong, Brazil, France and Singapore.

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