Ljubica Hajduka (1922-1998), a student of Krsto Hegedusic, the visionary founder of the Naif movement and the Of the Earth group, embarked on an extraordinary artistic journey that traversed borders and transcended eras.
Born in Zagreb in 1922, Ljubica's artistic roots took hold in Croatia, then a part of Yugoslavia. It was here that she first delved into the world of sculpting and painting, honing her craft under the tutelage of the eminent Hegedusic.While her artistic roots were firmly grounded in Croatian soil, the essence of her work blossomed in Spain. A significant portion of her creative endeavors found their expression in the heart of Spain.
Her works, a harmonious fusion of Croatian artistic sensibilities and the vibrant Spanish cultural tapestry, ventured far beyond geographical boundaries. Ljubica's art was a testament to the universal language of creativity. Her fundamental exhibitions in Paris, Vienna, and Madrid served as beaconsand a legacy that continues to captivate and inspire art enthusiasts.
Explore the romantic and soft world of Ljubica Hajduka.