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The world renowned sculptor, Ivan Mestrovic, and his family lived in these two homes from 1922 to 1942.
It is fascinating to see his studio, art, and living space where he enjoyed life.
The City Museum is just around the bend; so both can be...More
This beautiful gallery reminds me of Musée Rodin in Paris. You can admire stunning sculptures made by one of the most important Croatian artists inside the gallery that was his house and atelier, but also in a small garden. It is quite, tranquil and perfect...More
We are a gay couple with a child. And we wanted to visit this museum. But at the desk, in the contrary of all other museums in Zagreb we visited during our stay, the "familly ticket" was denied to us because we were not "a...More
We had visited the Ivan Mestrovic gallery in Split a few years ago, so i knew the artist quite well already. But visiting the home of Ivan Mestrovic was amazing. There was so much to see, also there are a few sculptures outside in the...More
Ivan Mestrovic is famous in Croatia and deservedly so. His house, garden and studio, located towards the "top" of the old town, are packed with gorgeous artwork. Both are in the same location. The artwork in the house is located on three different levels with...More
I didn’t know anything about this sculptor before visiting his house and atelier in Zagreb. But I am so glad I visited this museum, an extraordinary sculptor. I especially liked his female figures. Not many people visit the museum, so it is really quiet and...More
Fabulous examples of Mestrovic's scultures and working drawings in an atmospheric house, which he apparently lived in for some time. Loved his self portrait in the dining room. You'll see his work scattered around town, also.