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An exhibition showing the works of Miroslav Kraljevic, a prominent Croatian painter of the early 20th century, opened in Budapest’s Várkert Bazár on Tuesday.

Addressing the opening ceremony, Péter Fekete, a state secretary of the human resources ministry, said the exhibition features 52 paintings and drawings as well as three statuettes, and gives a comprehesive picture of Kraljevic’s work.

Ivica Poljicak, a state secretary of the Croatian ministry of culture, said the Hungarian National Museum and Zagreb’s Klovicevi Dvori Gallery will in April open exhibitions on the shared Hungarian-Croatian heritage.

Featured photo by Balázs Mohai/MTI