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Water colour display at Fine Arts Museum

A hundred and five years ago, the famous artist Tran Van Can was born.

His work is now on display at the Viet Nam Fine Arts Museum.

The pictures on show were painted using water colour.

One of his pictures is of his wife holding a baby.

His wife is still alive and was pleased to see the display.

Images from the past: One of the sketches by Tran Van Can on display at an exhibition at the Viet Nam Fire Arts Museum in Ha Noi to mark his 105th birthday.

Viet Nam Fine Arts Museum is showing a collection of watercolour sketches to mark the 105th birth anniversary of master artist Tran Van Can (1910-2015).

The exhibition features 80 watercolour sketches selected from the museum's own collection. These include Tran Van Can's paintings on four themes — portraits, landscapes, productive labour, and national defence – which he did during his trips to various parts of Viet Nam between 1955 and 1979.

"I'm very moved because the exhibition is like a video recording of our life together. It's full of my husband's memories," said Tran Thi Hong, the artist's wife. "The exhibition is very nice and gives a chance to the public to see the artist's works, which he himself would have presented if he was alive."

Viewing her husband's artworks during an early visit to the exhibition, Tran Thi Hong could not hold back her tears.

The sketch entitled Chau Voi Di (Little Girl and Aunt) is a portrait of the artist's wife. Can was inspired by a picture of his wife playing with a baby and had asked her to hold the pose so he could draw them.

"It was noontime in 1974, I was asked to look after our neighbour's baby for some time, and while I was playing with the baby, my husband told me that we looked nice, and he sketched us quickly," Hong recalled.

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