Vietnamese-French painter and dreams about the homeland

While pursuing his art in Paris, Vietnamese-French painter Vincent Monluc still directed his soul towards Vietnam - his ancestral homeland. After many decades, the 70-year-old painter finally fulfilled his life’s desire with the holding of an exhibition entitled “Dream”.

The exhibition, which took place at the Alley Art Gallery in Ho Chi Minh City, displayed 95 watercolour and oil paintings.

Vincent worked in many different jobs in France, but his love for painting remained firm in his heart. After returning to live in Vietnam in 2019, his creative inspiration has seemed endless.

He travels all over Vietnam, exploring the country through the lens of his art. What he most cares about is people. He loves to draw workers on the streets and in villages and the countryside because he believes that this is the life and soul of Vietnam./.