TRAN BINH LOC (Vietnamese, 1914-1941)

Oil on Canvas

Signed T.LÔC bottom right and dated 1938.

This artwork is Probably one of the most beautiful painting known to date, depicting an amazing scene of people walking in a landscape front of ANGKOR WAT temple in Cambodia, including moms and kids, animals, elephant, landscape trees, etc...

Provenance: Acquired in 2017 from a collection in Los Angeles, USA.

Student at "L'ecole des Beaux-Arts de l'Indochine".
Laureate of an Artist show in Hanoi in 1934.

Tran Binh Loc has a very short life. Born in 1914 in the suburbs of Ha Dong next to Hanoï, he died in Laos at the age of 27 in an accident.

After graduating from Indochina Fine Arts College, Course V (1929-1934), he soon got his work to attend important contemporary exhibitions and was highly appreciated by the public, for example two paintings. oil "Dich vu Vang" and "Cottage hut" displayed at Salon 1935 and Salon 1936 of SADEAI (Hoi An Nam encourages Fine Arts and Industry).

He has traveled all over Indochina to paint people and landscapes: rivers, streets, ancient relics (temples, pagodas, temples), monks, dancers ... During his lifetime, the number of his paintings was quite large. , but soon dispersed everywhere, especially in foreign countries.

Price : On Hold

Materials / Techniques: Oil on canvas

Condition: Original condition

Measurements: H.28" x W.43" without frame

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