Museum of Croatian Naïve Art

Recommended
80 works representing Croatian naïve art between 1930 and 1990, including the famous Hlebine School, are displayed here. The early works of Ivan Generalic (1914-1992), the leading light of this school, are driven by social concerns. Others from this first generation include Marko Virius, Franjo Mraz, Lavoslav Torti and Petar Smajic; the second generation featured Ivan Vecenaj and Mijo Kovacic. The collection is enhanced by independent works by the artist Ivan Rabuzin and a number of foreign artists such as the Pole Nikifor and the Bosnian Sofija Naletilic-Penavusa.

Useful information

Address : 

Ulica sv. Cirila i Metoda 3

Price:

20 hrk (children 10 hrk)

Opening hours

[daily except Mon 10am-6pm, weekends 10am-1pm]

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