On display were nearly 40 outstanding oil and acrylic paintings which were created by painter Duy Nga while she returned home and travel around the country.

The exhibition was divided into two parts, including the first highlighting the country’s beautiful landscapes and people’s activities and the second introducing the paintings still life and nature.

The exhibits evoked nostalgia for their homeland among Vietnamese people living far from home.

Painter Duy Nga (left) and her husband, sculptor Pham Trong Chanh. (Photo: NDO)

Former Vice Chairman of the Association of Vietnamese People in France, Can Van Kiet, said that Duy Nga’s paintings have bright colours and assorted colour combination and they brought him warm emotions.

Gilbert Tenèze, Chairman of France – Vietnam Friendship Association, Eure et Loir provincial branch, who has visited Vietnam for many times, shared that paintings on Vietnam’s landscapes and people were very beautiful and provided me with interesting experience.

Through the exhibits, he could feel Duy Nga’s great love for Vietnam.

The exhibition will run until November 27.