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Vu Cao Dam "Ladies in Garden" Oil on canvas

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Vu Cao Dam (1908-2000)
"Maidens in Garden"

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(1908 - 2000) Born in Hanoi , Vietnam and graduated from the Exole des Beaux Arts de Indochine in 1931. In 1932 he Obtained a scholarship for further studies in sculpture in France but later left sculpture for painting but remained in France until his death. In 1949 he moved to the south of France and became a neighbor of Marc Chagall who greatly influenced his work. Vu Cao Dam is one of the important Vietnamese painters of the 20th century.

Item Description: VU CAO DAM (Vietnamese/French, 1908-2000), female figures in garden, oil on canvas, signed and dated '84 l/r, bears world renown Wally Findlay Gallery label on verso. Meticulously professionally framed and double gilded high quality fabric matting.

Size: 11"h, 9"w (not including frame). About 12x15" framed.

For the Connoisseur of museum quality art, not much needs to be said about the intense demand for Southeast Asian art and in particular Vu Cao Dam and the value of his work. So, we invite you to do your own online search and soon you will realize Vu Cao Dam is one of the most important and high-demand Southeast Asian artists on the market. His work continues to shatter auction estimates and more importantly the value of his work, ESPECIALLY Female Subjects oil on canvas, continues to soar.

Below is just a sample of what you will find on the sales history for Vu Cao Dam:

Sotheby's October 10, 2005 - Singapore

"Vietnamese paintings performed remarkably well as a whole, once again solidifying its attractive acquisition value in the market. The category was led by Vu Cao Dam's La Conversation, a sublime ink and gouache on silk piece from 1944. The auctioneer closed the sale at $246,000, breaking our own world auction record for the artist at $114,000 (Sotheby's Singapore , 4 April, 2004)."


Highlight from the Vietnamese section of the auction - Girl Combing Hair by Nguyen Phan Chanh was sold among electrifying bidding in the saleroom and on the telephone. Increments were escalated swiftly and the painting was finally sold for $216,000. In line with Phan Chanh's painting, Mother and Child by Nguyen Cat Tuong conveys the revolution of the role of women in traditional Vietnamese society. With fervid bidding, the painting was sold for $90,000, five times the low estimate of $18,000-25,000. Auction record was also fetched for Portrait of a Vietnamese Mandarin by Vu Cao Dam when it was sold for $96,000"