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This place in the Upper Town is interesting and quite different to the norm for an art museum. There are not a huge number of pictures but what there is is distinctive in style and the use of colours in some of the paintings is...More
The period of naive art was about painters that had not studied
Art. They just painted. They were discovered. And actually had to paint nights and Sundays because of farm work.
So some did not include the face, or the hands. Because that didn’t come...More
Our tour guide took us here and we had no idea what it was about. We were a group of 19 people and had a guide who expertly described the very interesting technique of painting on glass in reverse. It was a fully enjoyable experience...More
This museum of Naive art houses the works of art made by naive artists of the 20 th century. This is not a very large collection. These are paintings by amateurs I think. I do not know why it is called naive art. Some paintings...More
We visited this museum on a whim.... it was scorching hot outside, we needed to cool down, and this museum was right in front of us. In addition to being nice and cool inside, this turned out to be a delightful little museum. On the...More
It's a really small museum which is quite a shame. Especially considering all those gorgeous displays they had available. Folk artistic expression always struck me with awe... and this time was not different.