New Orleans is a famous port city of United States. It is the largest city in Louisiana. This largest city of Louisiana boasts of many art galleries. All the art galleries project fine artworks mixed with different concepts. Though there are many art galleries located in New Orleans but only few are discussed here:
Teri Galleries: Teri galleries Ltd. is known for serving its clients, since thirty five years, with varied range of fine art. The paintings featured in the gallery offer works of original oil, sculptures and reproductions in styles of landscape, abstract, realism, and
Figurative. In the galleries there are beautiful works by artists such as Irene Sheri, Royo, Brenda Burke, Daniel Gerhartz, Edna Hibel and many others. Sandy Kasten is the owner of this gallery.
Angela King Gallery: The Angela King gallery is located in 241 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA. Most of the artworks by this gallery portray the effects of Paris and impressions of Amsterdam. The museum is entirely dedicated to artworks by the painter.
Anton Haardt Gallery: The Anton Haardt Gallery is located in 2858 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130. The gallery basically focuses on contemporary folk art from southern regions. The gallery features artworks by such artists like Annie Tolliver, Charlie Lucas, Thornton Dial, Sam Doyle and many others.
Barnett Fine Art Gallery: The Barnett fine art gallery was established in January 2003 by Patricia Shore Barnett. The Barnett gallery is known for offering unique approach to art market. The gallery keeps on changing different artistsí artworks like Romare Bearden, Thomas Hart Benton, Angelo Basso, Charles Bragg and many others.
Callan Fine Art: The Callan fine art gallery is located in the 240 Chartres Street, New Orleans LA. The gallery specializes in presenting fine European paintings from 1830 to 1950. The gallery features quality artworks from Academic, Barbizon, impressionist and non impressionist and contemporary artworks. This beautiful gallery displays European and American artworks of early 19th and 20th century.