Pyongyang, July 26 (KCNA) — A national exhibition of art works was held at the Pyongyang International Cultural Centre.
On display there were more than 300 art pieces such as Korean paintings, oil paintings, graphic paintings and calligraphies done by creators and teachers of the Mansudae Art Studio, the Central Art Studio and Pyongyang University of Fine Arts and others in the capital city and provincial capitals.
They contributed to the exhibition those pieces drawn at factories, on farms and in scenic and other places.
Korean paintings “Another Charge”, “On the Field” and “At the Site of Rice Transplantation”, graphic painting “At the Construction Site of the Samsu Power Station” and other works drew particular attention of visitors as they truthfully represented the ideological and moral traits of Party members and other working people and their heroic labor drive.
On display there were also art works depicting the beautiful landscape of the country including Korean painting “Sangwon Temple in Valley”, oil painting “Landscape of Moran Hill” and woodcut “Lake in the Evening.”
Kang Nung Su, minister of Culture, officials concerned and artists in the city looked round the exhibition on July 25.
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