Visitors can access the museum’s website at and via its fanpage at to enjoy 18 artworks in various materials including oil painting, lacquer, silk, gouache and woodcarvings by 15 artists and groups of artists.

The exhibits recall the Vietnamese people’s journey to the success of the August Revolution and President Ho Chi Minh’s Declaration of Independence giving birth to the Democratic Republic of Vietnam.

The exhibition highlights historical events of the country during the 1930-1945 period and the fighting atmosphere of uprisings and revolutionary movements towards the National Day.

Painter Nguyen Van Ty’s lacquer painting at the exhibition (Photo: Vietnam Fine Arts Museum)

Notably, many artworks in the exhibition reflect the image of President Ho Chi Minh during important moments in Vietnam’s revolutionary history.

From an artistic perspective, the exhibition contributes to affirming the results and significance of the August Revolution and the great dedication of President Ho Chi Minh as well as the meaningful lessons from the cause of national renewal and international integration to boost Vietnam in overcoming current challenges.