Franjo Mraz Painting
Colourful painting of a small village with farming women and houses by Franjo Mraz. Titled “Malo Selo” which means “small village” in Croatian. Elegant naive folk art style, signed F. Mraz
Franjo Mraz (ФРАНЬО МРАЗ, April 4, 1910 in Hlebine – October 26, 1981 in Brežice), was a notable Croatian artist. Together with Ivan Generalić and Mirko Virius, he is considered a founder of Croatian naive art. His most famous paintings are “Oranje” (“Ploughing”) and “Zima” (“Winter”). Framed by Arthur Dehoy in Brussels.
Tempera on glass.
H 35 cm. W 45 cm.
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