This museum was very manageable to view in less than hour. The staff was very friendly and helpful. Many of the pieces of art were unlike any I've seen in other museums.
This is close to St Mark's and features naive art , which is a key 20th century art movement in Croatia. The artists are self-taught without any formal training and produce highly colourful works often with a political style. It used to be called the Peasant Art Gallery. Although it boasts a collection of about 1,900 works ( paintings, sculptures,... 更多
This was a pleasant little detour on a cold day, a chance to look at some works I wouldn't otherwise find, and it opens your mind a bit to the Croatian art scene, past & present.
The museum is compact and coherent. I liked it very much, although I am not sure I would have if I didn't know at least a little bit about Croatian Naive Art.
We really didn;t know what to expect and were pleasantly susrprised. The art is most interesting. It is not a very big place but well worth a visit.
A visit to the museum was included in our walking tour of Zagreb. Walked in with very low expectations and was blown away with what I saw. Don't miss it!
Go and spend some time with these beautiful, powerful paintings. The gallery is in the middle of the upper old town. Great to experience something truly Croatian.
This is a must see if in Zagreb. Gives a wonderful perspective and history. Easily can spend over an hour in this very intimate museum. Very near Broken Relationships.
The visit takes about an hour at the most, and expect to see colorful, little-known works of art. we were constantly monitored and followed by two staff-attendants who kept telling us to stay within the zone-markers, who later got annoyed at being questioned about the artworks. google is your best friend in case you have questions that the booklet doesn't... 更多
This museum displays some unique art and highlights a traditional method of oil painting on glass so details are put in first and background later. The colors are so vivid because there is no canvas to absorb the paint. Museum is small but so is the price so those not as interested in art will find it very manageable.