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Nguyen Quoc Huy

A Peaceful Hamlet

A Peaceful Hamlet

In NQH
Afternoon Sun

Afternoon Sun

In NQH
Alley Vans Village

Alley Vans Village

In NQH
Banyan-tree by The Literature Temple

Banyan-tree by The Literature Temple

In NQH
Moonlight

Moonlight

In NQH
Morning Dew

Morning Dew

In NQH
Scenery of Hoa Binh

Scenery of Hoa Binh

In NQH
Sound of Quietness

Sound of Quietness

In NQH
Source of Light

Source of Light

In NQH
The Evacuation

The Evacuation

In NQH
The Highlands

The Highlands

In NQH
The Village Dike

The Village Dike

In NQH

Biography

Nguyen Quoc Huy

 

  • Birth Date and Place: 1971, in Hanoi, Viet Nam.
  • Graduated from the Hanoi Fine Arts University – Lacquer Faculty in 1994.
  • Member of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association.
  • Member of the Hanoi Fine Arts Association.

Huy is a meticulous artist whose attention to detail is among the top of his profession. Huy has been winning awards for his work for more than a decade. We look forward to see him winning many more awards in the coming years. His work extends in two directions; landscape and Buddhist meditative themes. His work is primarily with lacquer on wood, where he excels. Nguyen Quoc Huy is great talent that is getting better each year.
Awards

Awards

  • Third Prize – Bronze Medal – National Fine Arts Exhibition 1995.
  • Third Prize – Fine Arts Exhibition of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association 1995.
  • Consolation Prize – Fine Arts Exhibition of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association 1996.
  • Honorary Prize of Vietnam of Vietnam – ASEAN Fine Arts Exhibitions 1997, 1998, 2000.
  • Third Prize, Capital Fine Arts Exhibition 1997.
  • Official Prize, Capital Fine Arts Exhibition 1998.
  • Third Prize, Fine Arts Exhibition of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association 1998.
  • Consolation Prize, Fine Arts Exhibition of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association 2000.
  • Consolation Prize, National Fine Arts Exhibition 2000.
  • Consolation Prize, Fine Arts Exhibition of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association 2001.
  • First Prize, ASEAN Fine Arts Exhibition 2001 in Vietnam.
  • Second Prize, ASEAN Fine Arts Exhibition in Indonesia.
  • First Prize, Gold Medal, National Fine Arts Exhibition 2005.
  • Third Prize, Capital Fine Arts Exhibition 2007.
  • Third Prize, Area 1 Fine Arts Exhibition – Vietnam Fine Arts Association 2008.
  • Second Prize, National Fine Arts Exhibition on the theme “President Ho Chi Minh and 1000th anniversary of Thang Long 2009.
  • Consolation Prize, Area 1 Fine Arts Exhibition – Vietnam Fine Arts Association 2009.
  • Ministry of Culture and Information Award.
  • Artworks kept at the Vietnam Fine Arts Museum.
  • Artworks kept at the Ministry of Culture and Information

Exhibitions

  • 1990, 1995, 2000, 2005    National Fine Arts Exhibition.
  • 1991 to 2009    Capital Fine Arts Exhibition.
  • 1995 to 2009    Vietnam Fine Arts Association Exhibition.
  • 1996 to 2003    Fine Arts Exhibition of Young Artists.
  • 1997 to 2001    Landscape Paintings Exhibition in Hanoi.
  • 1997    Contemporary Fine Arts and Sculpture Exhibition of Francophone countries.
    Landscape Paintings Exhibition in Hanoi.
    Contemporary Vietnam Fine Arts Exhibition in Beijing – Shenzhen, China.
    Vietnam Fine Arts Exhibition welcoming the 7th Francophone Summit.
    Vietnam Fine Arts Association Exhibition – World Team Sport.
  • 1998    Group Exhibition of Four Artists at Dong Son Gallery.
    Fine Arts Exhibition “Revolutionary War and the Armed Forces”.
  • 2000    Group Exhibition of Three Artists at Dong Son Gallery.
  • 2001    Private Exhibition at Sofitel Metropole Hotel.
    “Hanoi New Vision 2001” Group Exhibition.
    Vietnam Lacquer Paintings Exhibition in Beijing – Wuhan, China.
    Thematic Fine Arts Exhibition
    “Nationalities and the Mountainous Areas”.
  • 2002    Vietnam Fine Arts Exhibition at UN Headquarters, Switzerland.
    ASEAN Fine Arts Exhibition in Bali, Indonesia.
    Vietnam Fine Arts Exhibition in Seoul, Republic of Korea.
  • 2003    Group Exhibition at Viet Fine Arts Gallery.
  • 2005    Contemporary Vietnam Fine Arts Exhibition in Beijing, China.
  • 2006    Fine Arts Exhibition of 33rd Class.
    National Lacquer Painting Exhibition.
  • 2007    International Lacquer Paintings Exhibition in Fujian, China.
  • 2008    “East Asia Vision” Fine Arts Exhibition in Beijing – Chaozhou, China. Lacquer Paintings Exhibition of the Vietnam Fine Arts Association.
  • 2009    National Fine Arts Exhibition on the theme “President Ho Chi Minh and 1000th anniversary of Thang Long”.
    Fine Arts Exhibition “Revolutionary War and the Armed Forces”.