Drawing collection


The Croatian Museum of Naive Art possesses a collection of 400 drawings, among which there are a number of anthology-piece works. The Virius and Lackovic sections are particularly numerous and valuable, as are the drawings of Rabuzin and Kovačić Most of the key works were presented for the first time to the public at the retrospective exhibition Drawings and Prints of the Croatian Naive in 2003. Because of the lack of space and also because of the sensitivity of the exhibits, the drawings are put on display quite infrequently.

Ivan Generalić

1957/1958, 500x350 mm
Ink on paper
Solar Eclipse
1961, 760x1440 mm
Pencil on paper, part watercolourised

Mirko Virius

1936, 295x395 mm
Ink on paper
The Basket-maker
1937, 397x300 mm
Ink on paper
Frightened Horses
1937, 300x405 mm
Ink on paper

Emerik Feješ

1955-1960, 592x422 mm
Pencil on paper
1956-1960, 628x454 mm
Pencil on paper
595x422 mm
Pencil, paper

Ivan Rabuzin

The Orehovec Hills
1960, 550x700 mm
Ink on paper
Primeval Forest
1960, 259x339 mm
Ink on paper
1960, 248x345 mm
Ink on paper

Ivan Lacković Croata

In the Thorn
1966, 290x414 mm
Ink on paper
Podravina Village
1967, 292x415 mm
Ink on paper
1968, 292x416 mm
Ink on paper

Old Forest
1970, 292x414 mm
Ink on paper
1970, 293x415 mm
Ink on paper
O mores
1979, 662x490 mm
Ink on paper

Mijo Kovačić

Man and Woman
1979, 743x535 mm
Ink on paper
Man with a Hat
1980, 706x503 mm
Ink on paper
Blind Old Man
1981, 555x455 mm
Ink on paper


The Croatian Museum of Naive Art
Sv. Ćirila i Metoda 3, Gornji grad
10000 Zagreb, CROATIA
tel/fax: +385.1.4851911


Monday - Saturday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Closed on national holidays

Adults – 25 kuna
Schoolchildren, students, retirees, persons with disabilities: 15 kuna
Families with children up to 15 years: 50 kuna

Group visits, adults (from 10 to 25 persons): 15 kuna
Group visits, children, schoolchildren, students (from 10 to 25 persons): 10 kuna

Guided tours
On prior notice by telephone or e-mail, in Croatian and English – costs 200 kuna for groups (10-25 persons) and 300 kuna for individuals or smaller groups
(fewer than 10).

We regret that the CMNA is not provided with access to disabled persons, nor does it have parking spaces for visitors

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