Le Pho (Vietnam 1902-2001) Flowers


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Lê Phổ (2 August 1907 - 12 December 2001) was a Vietnamese painter. In 1932, he earned a scholarship to study at the École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. Upon returning to Vietnam he taught at the Indochine School of Fine Arts in Hanoi. In 1937, he came back to Paris where he resided until the time of his death - one of four EBAI graduates who made a career in Paris, including Mai Trung Thứ, Vũ Cao Đàm and woman painter Lê Thị Lựu. He painted sceneries of Vietnam, still life with flowers, family settings and portraits. Vietnamese women, most often portrayed as elongated figures evoking the influence of surrealism, are a recurrent theme in his work.
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Le Pho (1902-2001) is an important Vietnamese artist along with Vu Cao Dam. Born in 1902 son of Le Hoan, a senior mandarin, Le Pho received a comprehensive education, including training in brush training. At the age of 18 Le Pho went on to study at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Hanoi for five years. Afterwards for two years he then studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris.

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    2. 2. Le Pho is an important Vietnamese artist along withVu Cao Dam.  Born in 1902 son of Le Hoan, asenior mandarin, Le Pho received a comprehensiveeducation, including training in brush training. At the age of 18 Le Pho went on to study at the Ecoledes Beaux-Arts of Hanoi for five years. Afterwards for two years he then studied at the Ecoledes Beaux-Arts in Paris.After completing his education, Le Pho returned toVietnam to teach at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts forfour years. Then in 1937 he returned to Paris as a delegate in the International Expositionthere.  He also served as a member of the jury of this exposition.During the thirties and forties, Le Pho travelled extensively in Europe and Asia.  Atthis time Le Pho painted with long, thin brushes of watercolor on silk.  His subjects,including birds, bamboo, and lotus flowers were traditionally Asian.  His work wasclearly influenced by Pierre Bonnard and Odilon Redon.For the rest of his career Le Pho was a notable artist, represented in many exhibitionsand shows throughout Europe and the United States.Le Pho died in 2001.  His works are in the permanent collections of Museum d’ArtModerne in Paris, the Vietnam Museum of Modern Art, and the Oklahoma Art Center.
    3. 3. BouquetBouquet de Fleurs (Bouquet of Flower)
    4. 4. Composition
    5. 5. Jeunes filles au jardin Fleurs de Pommier
    6. 6. La lecture (Reading in the Garden)Fleurs
    7. 7. Bouquet of flowersBouquet de fleurs
    8. 8. Les Fleurs
    9. 9. La Cueillette des Fleurs Nature morte aux fleurs et pommes
    10. 10. Dans le jardin fleuri (In the flower garden) Gathering FlowersNature morte aux fruits
    11. 11. Nature morte aux artichauts (Still life with artichokes)
    12. 12. Still Life with Poppies, Peonies, and Delphiniums
    13. 13. Still Life with Yellow Tulips
    14. 14. Les tulipes rouges et cuivres.Blue Vase with Red Book 92 x 65 cm
    15. 15. Afternoon in the Garden Fleurs (Vase of pink flowers)
    16. 16. An Elegant Beauty in a Poppy Field (60 x 92 cm)
    17. 17. Après le déjeuner (After the Luncheon) Fraisias et renoncules (Freesia and Ranunculus)
    18. 18. Flower in the Vase Bouquet Lilies
    19. 19. Chrysanthemum blanc et Jaunes (White and Girl with Chrysanthemumsyellow chrysanthemum)
    20. 20. Flower in the Vase (58x41)Composition
    21. 21. Composition 65.5x92cm Iris et Tulipes (Iris and tulips)
    22. 22. Composition 82x101Jeune fille dans un jardin
    23. 23. Compositionde fleurs(Compositionof flowers)
    24. 24. Fleurs et fruits (Flowers and fruits) 92 x 60Composition de fleurs (Flower Composition)
    25. 25. Deux enfants aubouquet (Two childrenwith a bouquet)
    26. 26. Flowers 48x62,5 Les pivoines (The peonies)
    27. 27. La Femme et Le Bouquet de Tulipes (Lady with a Bouquet of Tulips) Tulipes, mimosas et iris dans un vase
    28. 28. Gathering poppies Vase of Flowers and Lacquer Box
    29. 29. Larrangement dun bouquet (Bouquet arrangement) Les Poppies (The Poppies)
    30. 30. White, Yellow and Red Anemones in a a White Vase 46x27 cm
    31. 31. Les Dahlias Jaunes Les Pivoines
    32. 32. Les roses et les syringas (Roses and syringas)Les Pivones Blanches
    33. 33. Les hortensias (The hydrangeas)Rose et bleu Les hortensias bleus (The blue hydrangeas)
    34. 34. La Vase Celadon (91.5 x 58.5 cm)Tulips in a vase
    35. 35. Vase de fleurs Woman in Garden(Circa 1975)
    36. 36. Floral Still Lifes(a pair of works)
    37. 37. Hibiscus et oiseaux (Hibiscus and birds)
    38. 38. Les lys jaune (Yellow lilies) Les tulipes dans le jardin
    39. 39. Les Poppies
    40. 40. Pivoines et roses(Peonies and rosesin vase)
    41. 41. Le partie de la carte (The card game)Bouquet au vase chinois
    42. 42. Text and pictures: Internet Copyright: All the images belong to their authors Presentation: Sanda Foişoreanu www.slideshare.net/michaelasandaSound: Hoang Vang - Vietnamese music
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