|A cat with human hips and legs|
The Meštrović museum in Split is the second Meštrović museum I've visited. The first was the Meštrović Atelier in Zagreb back in 2010. Ivan Meštrović lived from 1883 to 1962. He is an actual big deal in the contemporary era of art. How big a deal? He was the first living person ever to have a one-man show at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
Let's have a look-see at the Ivan Meštrović museum of Split:
|Entrance into the museum.|
If you squint real closely, you can see the white cross at the top of Marjan Hill off to the right.
|Through the door, up the stairs, looking back at the Adriatic|
Let's tour the grounds first:
I don't know the names of these statues and I don't feel like pretending otherwise.
Here's the entryway into the actual museum:
|Another variation on the whole cat/human theme|
|View of a sailing ship on the Adriatic|
Weirdly enough, probably demonstrative of my pedestrian tastes, this was my favorite. Straight up.
|Boy with Pony|
Time for a museum selfie:
|A beautiful sunny day and my friends all went out riding segways and here I am, in a museum|