Accompanied as a collector and a consignor by Christie’s on the earliest days in 1999, Boi Tran and Boi Tran Garden (known as Boi Tran Art Gallery) has a heritage and reputation for connoisseurship and exclusive bespoke services for buying and selling art and antiques.
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Boi Tran Garden is privileged to present an honorary certificate the Council of Vietnamese Phan Family awarded to Painter Boi Tran in recognition and gratitude for her sempiternal dedication and voluntary contributions to serve and beautify the community. The credential is certified by the Council President Professor, Ph.D Phan Huu Dat, on the date of 1 July 2011.
On behalf of “the Delegation”, I extend my deep respect and appreciation for a unique opportunity to contemplate your works. Your artistry and great brilliance bequeathed to us a respect and and precious memory that lasts for good.
Hue becomes a poem capital in Vietnam thanks to its nature-blended architecture. In some aspects, the renaissance of pillar houses contributes to the reconstruction, preservation and protection of cityscape, cultural awareness and consciousness of this Imperial city.
Honoured to present a typewritten poem by the most venerable Buddha Master, Sugata Chon Huong, reigning over Quang Te Temple, whose devotion would grace Buddhism in Hue and Vietnam, gifted to woman intellectual Boi Tran.
“If you yearn for the truth and integrity of something, ask Vinh Phoi.” - Trinh Cong Son
Here’s wishing you, BOI TRAN, health, beauty and prosperity.
I hope the gallery will cooperate and work side by side with a humbled semi skilled and below average painter who, 60 years ago (not so many), was trained and educated in a city of exquisite sceneries and graceful people, Hue.
Bem, I really want to invite you to Paris to see all these new works that I love and I would love to see your works as well whenever you come or I come to see you in Hue. So, let’s stay in touch. Big hugs. Big kisses. You are charming, young friend from Vietnam.
"Dearly gifted to Ms Boi Tran and Chau a fond memory" - Luu Cong Nhan