Trần Quang Hiếu

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Trần Quang Hiếu
Born1938
Died1985
Nationality Vietnamese
OccupationArtist

Trần Quang Hiếu (1938-1985) was a Vietnamese artist. [1] He studied in France and in the 1960s was seen as one of the younger artists continuing the traditions of the École des Beaux-Arts de l'Indochine (1925-1945). [2]

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References

  1. Họa sĩ Trần Quang Hiếu (biography and cartoon portrait, Vietnamese)
  2. Tony Day, Maya H. T. Liem Cultures at War: The Cold War and Cultural Expression in Southeast Asia 2010 Page 88 "The established traditions of EBAI prevailed through the late 1950s to early 1960s... especially marked among those graduates who later formed the Society of Saigonese Young Artists. ... who were deeply rooted traditionalists, included artists such as Tú Duyên, Nguyễn Anh, Nguyễn Siên, and Lưu Đình Khải, as well as graduates from France like Nguyễn Khoa Toàn, Đào Sĩ Chu, Văn Đen, Nguyễn Sao and Trần Quang Hiếu, to mention a few.