|’A Glance of Đà Nẵng’, an oil painting of Hồ Đình Nam Kha. — VNS Photo Công Thành|
ĐÀ NẴNG — Painting exhibition A glance of Đà Nẵng will be held at the central city’s Fine Arts Museum in celebration of the 72nd anniversary of National Day, September 2.
The event, which features 60 paintings from six artists in city, depicts the history of the city along with the country’s renewal process.
The works were created using various styles, including oil painting and water-colours.
The exhibition will last from September 1-7, at 78 Lê Duẩn Street.
Also in celebration of National Day, the city’s museum will display historical objects collected by public security officers during past wars.
The exhibit features 13 collections with 360 exhibits including photos, hand-made prison tools, kerosene lamps, books and documents related to wars.
The museum will also host an offering to mark the 159th death anniversary of famous general Nguyễn Tri Phương (1800-1873) under the Nguyễn Dynasty.
Phương commanded an army against the French-Spanish coalition forces from 1858-1860.
Ceramic, porcelain, wood and coin artefacts will also be on sale in the museum’s front yard. — VNS