Vietnam Art

Vietnamese Art has undergone a rather long and rich history with seven main turning points including Neolithic Art; Bronze Age Art; Chinese Domination from 111 BC to 939 AD; Ngo to Tran Dynasty; the Fourth Chinese Domination and Le Dynasty; Nguyen Dynasty, and Modern Art. During its long process of development, numerous works of art have been found in archeological sites throughout the country, such as sculpture, ceramic, painting which used a variety of materials such as clay, stone, bronze, steel, wood, and paper. Some processes involved in making artifact like ceramics were similar to those still used in the Vietnamese countryside today. Besides, other art forms: architecture, calligraphy, music, visual arts, literature and material arts have been developed to satisfy Vietnamese demand for enjoying art and entertainment.

Vietnamese art has undergone a rather long and rich history with seven main turning points including Neolithic Art; Bronze Age Art; Chinese Domination from 111 BC to 939 AD; Ngo to Tran Dynasty; the Fourth Chinese Domination and Le Dynasty; Nguyen Dynasty, and Modern Art.

Thanks to depicted patterns on the bronze Dong Son drums, it can be said that in primitive times, Vietnamese people inhabited in stilt-houses which are similar to some kinds of houses built in Vietnam today.

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