|About the museum:
Academician Zlatko Prica (born Pecs, 1916) donated to the city of Samobor a collection of his works (paintings and sculptures) and of photographs of his daughter Vesna, deceased before her time. Samobor responded with the opening of the Prica Gallery in the building of the Croatian Home (built in 1940), for which the young Prica had painted the theatre curtain with a motif of the Kerestinec Revolt. The permanent display contains a selection of works in a chronological order showing the painter’s development. Early works are shown, from the student “Self-Portrait” and works created just after leaving the Academy of Fine Arts, then the Samobor Cycle, Fruits of the Earth, People and Fruits, Tar Cycle and Opatija Umbrellas. Maja Marković and Margarita Sveštarov Šimat devised the display. Accompanying contents: concerts of classical music in the Prica Gallery, screening of films and theatrical performances in the projection room.