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The Croatian Museum of Naive Art is located in St. Mark's Square. The museum was established in 1994 in a 19th century building that was built in the neo-baroque style. The works of peasant artists exhibited in 1952 at the Zagreb exhibition were transferred to this building.
The main feature of the paintings of primitive art is the strong emotionality and bright colors in the works.
The museum exhibits works by the founders of the naive direction Ivan Generalich and Mirko Virius, representatives of the Khlebinsk school, as well as works by international artists who are made in a similar technique.
Visitors who not familiar with Croatian naive art, works,
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Topic: Croatian Museum of Naive Art in Croatia, Zagreb resort.