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September 4October 20, 2019

Exhibition of Croatian artists at the Museum of Russian Lubok and Naïve Art

The Museum of Russian Lubok and Naïve Art will run the exhibition of Croatian artists, representatives of Hlebine school, such as Ivan Generalić, Mijo Kovačić, Ivan Večenaj, Dragan Gaži and Ivan Lacković.

Their works are made in the rarest technique of reverse painting on glass. The Hlebine school artists have the similar style, they paint quiet village life in bright colours. Their pictures are reminiscent of the work of Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel, Henri Rousseau, Russian lubok and Emir Kusturica's films. It makes Croatian naïve art a unique art phenomenon, with exhibitions running in the world's major museums.

Exhibition starts on 4 September at 05:00 pm. Admission is free.

The Museum of Russian Lubok and Naïve Art will run the exhibition of Croatian artists, representatives of Hlebine school, such as Ivan Generalić, Mijo Kovačić, Ivan Večenaj, Dragan Gaži and Ivan Lacković.

Their works are made in the rarest technique of reverse painting on glass. The Hlebine school artists have the similar style, they paint quiet village life in bright colours. Their pictures are reminiscent of the work of Hieronymus Bosch, Pieter Bruegel, Henri Rousseau, Russian lubok and Emir Kusturica's films. It makes Croatian naïve art a unique art phenomenon, with exhibitions running in the world's major museums.

Exhibition starts on 4 September at 05:00 pm. Admission is free.

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