Sale art photo Ref. 3762
Art Deco – Comptoir Nguyễn-Văn-Hảo – Saigon

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Pricing varies upon the size and number of copies
A2 (42 x 59cm): $500 - Limited edition to 20

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“One of the real architectural gems in Hồ Chí Minh City’s District 1, the flatiron building at the junction of Trần Hưng Đạo, Ký Con and Yersin streets (original address 19-21 boulevard Galliéni) was constructed in the 1930s to provide both offices and residential accommodation for the family of Nguyễn Văn Hảo, patriarch of the Comptoir Nguyễn Văn Hảo Saïgonnais, one of the city’s leading automotive spares companies which sold vehicle accessories from the shop spaces on the ground floor.”
Tim Dolin – Historian

The tall and narrow louvered windows and horizontal decorative lines show the affinity of this building’s design with broader modernist styles within the city. The projected curved band between the second and third floors is a forerunner of the projected curved roof of the Rex Hotel.

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Why this print is an artwork for the collectors

  • It is signed by the artist
  • It is printed in limited editions. Number of editions is depending upon the format
  • We use the best ink and fine art papers (Canson, Ilford, Hahnemuhle) for a lifetime quality
  • You will receive a certificate of authenticity