Painting by SmArt Teenagers


Naive art

  • Naive art is a classification of art that is often characterized by a childlike simplicity in its subject matter and technique
  • Naive artists are more or less self-taught, painters and sculptors with no formal art training, but who have achieved their own creative style and a high level of art

Naive art museum (Zagreb)

  • dedicated to the work of naive artists of the 20th century
  • the museum holdings consist of over 1,850 works of art
  • http://www.hmnu.hr/en
Naive Art Museum

Podravsko Selo

Podravsko selo (Village in Podravina), Ivan Lacković (1932-2004)


Smrt Viriusa (Decease of Virius), Ivan Generalić (1914-1992)

Smrt Viriusa

Raskošni brod

Raskošni brod (Luxury Boat), Drago Jurak (1911-1994)


Modern art

Croatian art of the 20th century, that is visual arts within the boundaries of today's Croatia, can be divided into modern art up to the Second World War, and contemporary art afterwards

Modern gallery (Zagreb)

  • holds the most important and comprehensive collection of paintings, sculptures and drawings by 19th and 20th century Croatian artists
  • there are around 10 000 works of art
  • http://www.moderna-galerija.hr/en/
Modern Gallery

Museum of contemporary arts (Zagreb)

  • it is the biggest and most modern museum in the country
  • there are around 12,000 objects and art works by contemporary Croatian artists, including Julije Knifer, Tošo Dabac, Ivan Kožarić, Vjenceslav Richter, Benko Horvat, Ivan Picelj, Miroslav Šutej, Tomislav Gotovac, Dalibor Martinis, Sanja Iveković as well as international contemporary artists
  • http://www.msu.hr/#/en/
Modern Gallery

Autoportret sa psom

Autoportret sa psom (Self-portrait with Dog), Miroslav Kraljević (1885-1913)


Majka i dijete (Mother and Child), Josip Račić (1885-1908)

Majka i dijete