A lot of Croatian artists have international renown, from the classics such as Mestrovic to modern-age individuals such as 2 Cellos. The country’s painters are also unique and original, the movement of Croatian Naïve Art being the prime example.
The naive style is a special artistic visual expression that originated in Hlebine – the heart of Podravina. It all began in the 1930s with the emergence of two Podravina peasants who were self-taught painters – Ivan Generalic and Franjo Mraz. Naive art then became a global phenomenon. Read More via LikeCroatia.