The Croatian Museum of Naive Art

Museums, Art and design Zagreb
Vangel Naumovski: Blooming Roses (1969)
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© The Croatian Museum of Naive ArtVangel Naumovski: Blooming Roses (1969)
Ivan Generalić: Eclipse of the Sun (1961)
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© The Croatian Museum of Naive ArtIvan Generalić: Eclipse of the Sun (1961)
Josip Generalić: Gvajana (1978)
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© The Croatian Museum of Naive ArtJosip Generalić: Gvajana (1978)
Slavko Stolnik: Cows are returning (1957)
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© The Croatian Museum of Naive ArtSlavko Stolnik: Cows are returning (1957)
Drago Jurak: Luxurious Ship (1974)
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© The Croatian Museum of Naive ArtDrago Jurak: Luxurious Ship (1974)

Time Out says

Housed on the second floor of the 18th-century Raffay Palace, this collection is a solid introduction to Croatian Naive Art, mostly the work of self-taught peasant painters from the villages of the east. The collection is frequently rotated but there are usually plenty of representations of rural life executed by the big names of the genre: Ivan Generalić, Mirko Virius and Ivan Rabuzin. Also included are international primitives such as the self-taught Polish-Ukrainian artist Nikifor.

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Address: Sv. Ćirila i Metoda 3
Zagreb
10000
Transport: All trams to main square then funicular or Schlosserove stube
Price: 25kn; 15kn reduction
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Opening hours: 10am-6pm Mon-Sat; 10am-1pm Sun