The Painting “President Ho Chi Minh and children from the North, the Centre and the South”, painted in blood on silk by the artist Diep Minh Chau in 1947.
The size of the painting is 70x90cm. The artist used blood from his own arm to draw the images of President Ho Chi Minh and three children representing the three regions of the North, Center, and South. In the left lower corner, there is an inscription in red pencil which reads: “On behalf of the artists in the South, I respectfully present to our Old Father Ho Chi Minh an artwork which was created in the most impassioned moments of my life, and which is a work that You have created”. Southern region, 2 September 1946. Signature: Diep Minh Chau. The artwork was then transported to Hanoi and presented to President Ho Chi Minh.