Ivan Lacković Croata was a Croatian naive painter.
About Ivan Lackovic
Politically active painter who was largely self-taught and was associated with the Naïve Art movement. His first watercolors of Zagreb came in 1944, while his first drawings came in 1952.
He held a position as a Zagreb postal worker. He became acquainted with the famed Krsto Hegedušić in 1962. It would be a friendship that would change his life.
He was a founder of the Croatian Democratic Union.
He was born into a family of peasants and carried out farm labor in his youth.
He and Vilko Gecan were fellow Croatian painters.
Information related to Ivan Lacković Croata
- Order of Ante Starčević recipients
- Croatian naïve painters
- 20th-century Croatian painters
- Burials at Mirogoj Cemetery
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