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A GALLERY FOR FINE PHO­TOG­RA­PHY The city’s most ex­ten­sive col­lec­tion of fine art photographs for sale. Artists rep­re­sented here in­clude Ansel Adams, Henri Cartier-Bres­son, Her­man Leonard and Yousuf Karsh, among others. 241 Chartres St., 504.568.1313. Map 3, F4 AN­GELA KING GALLERY One of the French Quar­ter’s lead­ing con­tem­po­rary art gal­leries. Sculp­tors and painters rep­re­sented in­clude Peter Max, Ray­mond Douil­let, Andy Baird, Woodrow Nash and Pat­ter­son & Barnes.­ge­lak­ing­ 241 Royal St., 504.524.8211. Map 3, F4 AN­TIEAU GALLERY Folk artist Chris Robert­sAn­tieau’s off­beat ap­pliqué works are found in the Amer­i­can Vi­sion­ary Art Mu­seum and her New Orleans gal­leries. Each of her “fab­ric pic­tures” fea­ture in­di­vid­u­ally crafted frames. www.antieau­gallery. com. 927 Royal St., 504.304.0849. Map 3, H4; 4532 Mag­a­zine St., 504.510.4148. Map 1, D4 AN­TIQUES DE PROVENCE A bit of south­ern France on Royal Street, fea­tur­ing 17th- and 18th-cen­tury an­tiques, in­clud­ing ar­moires, chan­de­liers, lime­stone foun­tains and a huge se­lec­tion of olive jars.­tiques­de­proven­ 623 Royal St., 504.529.4342. Map 3, G4 BEVOLO GAS & ELEC­TRIC LIGHTS The vast ma­jor­ity of cop­per and brass gas lanterns adorn­ing French Quar­ter shops, restau­rants and homes are made at

Bevolo. Choose from a se­lec­tion of avail­able styles, or have fix­tures custom-built on-site. www.bevolo. com. 521 Conti St., 504.522.9485. Map 3, F5; 318 Royal St., 504.522.9485. Map 3, F4 BRASS MONKEY This tiny store­front of­fers one of the largest se­lec­tions of Li­mo­ges boxes in the Quar­ter, as well as an­tique walk­ing sticks and other col­lectible cu­rios. https://www.face­ 407 Royal St., 504.561.0688. Map 3, F4 CLAIRE EL­IZ­A­BETH GALLERY Emerg­ing lo­cal and re­gional con­tem­po­rary artists are spot­lighted here. Works range from paint­ing and pho­tog­ra­phy to sculp­ture and pa­per­cuts. www.claireel­iz­a­beth­ 131 De­catur St., 504.309.4063. Map 3, E5

CRAIG TRACY GALLERY The bulk of artist Craig Tracy’s work is de­voted to the hu­man form, which the award-win­ning body­painter en­hances with in­tri­cate im­agery then cap­tures on film. Lim­ited-edi­tion photographs and gi­clée prints are of­fered. www.craig­ 827 Royal St., 504.592.9886. Map 3, H4 FRANK RELLE PHO­TOG­RA­PHY Award-win­ning pho­tog­ra­pher Relle’s moody “nightscapes” are counted among the per­ma­nent col­lec­tion of the Smith­so­nian Na­tional Mu­seum of His­tory and the pri­vate hold­ings of Brad Pitt, Wyn­ton Marsalis and others. 910 Royal St., 504.388.7601. Map 3, H4 FRENCH AN­TIQUE SHOP Founded in Paris, this shop re­lo­cated to New Orleans in 1939. To­day it car­ries French an­tique fur­ni­ture from the 18th and 19th cen­turies and Ori­en­tal ac­cents, in­clud­ing vases with bronze mount­ings. www.gofren­chan­ 225 Royal St., 504.524.9861. Map 3, E4 FU­NERAL GALLERY Off­beat il­lus­tra­tions, macabre as­sem­blage dolls, quirky cir­cus ban­ners: If it’s edgy and eclec­tic, you’ll spot it here. Works by both lo­cal and na­tional artists are fea­tured in a wide range of me­dia. www.fu­ner­al­ 811 Royal St., 504.603.6038. Map 3, H4 GALLERY 2 Part an­i­mal/part hu­man, Betsy Youngquist’s stun­ning beaded sculp­tures will draw you into this shared space, which also features Ann Marie Cian­ci­olo’s whim­si­cal sculp­tural jew­elry. www.galleryt­ 831 Royal St., 504.513.8312. Map 3, H4 GALLERY OR­ANGE Modern-minded col­lec­tors will be drawn in by the fresh con­tem­po­rary works

at this hip gallery, which of­fers a mix of lo­cal and in­ter­na­tional artists, both emerg­ing and es­tab­lished.­ 819 Royal St., 504.875.4006. Map 3, H4

GRAPHITE GALLERY Seek­ing some­thing cut­tingedge and cool? This is the place. Works by emerg­ing and mid-ca­reer artists from around the globe, rang­ing from paint­ings to sculp­ture, are the draw at this con­tem­po­rary space, which also features upand-com­ing lo­cal tal­ents. 936 Royal St., 504.565.3739. Map 3, H4 HALLBAR­NETT GALLERY Dur­ing the 1980s, Howard Bar­nett shook things up with one of the first con­tem­po­rary gal­leries in the Quar­ter. To­day daugh­ter Holly con­tin­ues her fa­ther’s legacy with an eclec­tic mix of emerg­ing and es­tab­lished artists. www.hall­bar­ 237 Chartres St., 504.522.5657. Map 3, F4 HAROUNI GALLERY David Harouni has an eye for heads, as ev­i­denced by the paint­ings that pop­u­late his gallery. Harouni’s ex­pres­sion­is­tic oil­works and sculp­tures have been ex­hib­ited world­wide, but you’ll find them—along with the artist—at his French Quar­ter stu­dio. 933 Royal St., 504.299.4393. Map 3, H4 IDA MANHEIM AN­TIQUES This im­pres­sive show­room features 17th-, 18th- and 19th-cen­tury French, English, Dutch and Con­ti­nen­tal fur­ni­ture. You’ll also dis­cover a se­lec­tion of fine paint­ings, Euro­pean porce­lain and stat­u­ary. www.idaman­heiman­tiques. com. 409 Royal St., 504.620.4114. Map 3, F4 JAMES H. CO­HEN & SONS This fifth-gen­er­a­tion, family-run busi­ness, founded in 1898, spe­cial­izes in pre-19th-cen­tury weaponry, coins dat­ing from 450 B.C. and Civil War-re­lated items.­henan­ 437 Royal St., 504.522.3305. Map 3, F4 KAKO GALLERY Orig­i­nal Louisiana art is this off­beat gallery’s draw. Paint­ings, pho­tos, prints, wood­turn­ings, jazz-themed pot­tery, bot­tle­cap-cov­ered crosses—you’ll find it all and then some. www.kako­ 536 Royal St., 504.565.5445. Map 3, G4 KEIL’S AN­TIQUES Founded in 1899, Keil’s es­tab­lished its rep­u­ta­tion with rare 18th- and 19th­cen­tury French and English fur­ni­ture. The shop also spe­cial­izes in chan­de­liers, man­tels, mir­rors and fine jew­elry. www.keil­san­ 325 Royal St., 504.522.4552. Map 3, F4 LUCKY ROSE GALLERY De­voted to the stun­ning porce­lain sculp­ture of artist-owner Cathy Rose, who of­ten in­cor­po­rates re­pur­posed pieces of New Orleans into her works. www.cathy­ 840 Royal St., 504.309.8000. Map 3, H4 LUCULLUS An an­tique shop spe­cial­iz­ing in ob­jects for al­most ev­ery culi­nary pas­sion. Fine din­ing ta­bles, porce­lain and sil­ver, 19th-cen­tury glass­ware and bistro equip­ment are among the of­fer­ings.­cul­lu­san­ 610 Chartres St., 504.528.9620. Map 3, G4 M CON­TEM­PO­RARY Res­i­dent artist Fred­er­ick Guess paint­ing on site will draw you into this gallery, where George Alexan­der’s ce­ramic sculp­tures and An­drew Blan­chard’s prints on panel will make you linger a while. www.hand­sel­ 906 Royal St., 504.523.2022. Map 3, H4 M.S. RAU AN­TIQUES This third-gen­er­a­tion family busi­ness is one of the coun­try’s old­est deal­ing in 19th-cen­tury an­tiques. M.S. Rau is known for its Amer­i­can, French and English fur­ni­ture, fine sil­ver,

porce­lain, clocks 630 Royal and qual­ity St., 504.523.5660. jew­elry. www.rauan- Map 3, G4 MARTIN na­tion­wide LAWRENCE Martin Lawrence GALLERY gal­leries This branch features of the con­tem­po­rary edi­tion graph­ics paint­ings, by such renowned sculp­ture and artists lim­ited- as Pi­casso, Erté, among Cha­gall, others. Dali, www.mar­tin­ Miró, Warhol, Har­ing and 433 Royal St., 504.299.9055. Map 3, F4 MICHALOPOULOS The off-kil­ter ar­chi­tec­tural ren­der­ings of James Michalopoulos are in­stantly rec­og­niz­able. You’ll find them here, along with his fig­u­ra­tive paint­ings, still lifes and land­scapes. 617 Bienville St., 504.558.0505. Map 3, E4 MOD­ERNIST CUI­SINE GALLERY Renowned pho­tog­ra­pher Nathan Myhrvold fo­cuses on the sci­ence of cook­ing and cut­ting-edge culi­nary tech­niques. Large-scale, lim­ited-edi­tion prints of his in­cred­i­ble ed­i­bles are of­fered. www.mod­ernistcuisine­gallery. com. 305 Royal St., 504.571.5157. Map 3, F4 NEW ORLEANS SILVERSMITHS Since 1938, this Chartres Street bou­tique has spe­cial­ized in an­tique and modern gold, plat­inum and ster­ling sil­ver jew­elry, in ad­di­tion to a wide range of an­tique and new sil­ver and sil­ver­plate. www.newor­leanssil­ver­smiths. com. 600 Chartres St., 504.522.8333. Map 3, G4 OSTERHOLD BOUDREAUX GALLERY & STU­DIO Artist Jared Osterhold’s early work on Mardi Gras floats is re­flected in his vi­brant paint­ings that cap­ture the city’s col­or­ful Car­ni­val cul­ture, ar­chi­tec­ture, mu­sic and voodoo lore.­gallerynola. com. 427 Royal St., 504.975.2423. Map 3, F4

PEN­NING­TON FINE ART With no for­mal train­ing, Jim Pen­ning­ton honed his craft study­ing (and copy­ing) the paint­ings of De­gas, Sar­gent, Whistler and others at Bos­ton’s Mu­seum of Fine Art and New York’s Mu­seum of Modern Art. His gallery of­fers orig­i­nal oil­works, along with gi­clées. www.pen­ning­ 829 Royal St., 985.789.5547. Map 3, H4 PHOTO WORKS This gallery show­cases the work of pho­tog­ra­pher Louis Sahuc, known for his dra­matic shots of the city, which have been called “the quin­tes­sen­tial im­ages of New Orleans.” www. pho­towork­snewor­ 521 St. Ann St., 504.593.9090. Map 3, G5 RED TRUCK GALLERY “Beau­ti­ful, un­ex­pected art” by con­tem­po­rary up-and-com­ers will make you want to park here for a while. www.redtruck­gallery. com. 940 Royal St., 504.231.6760. Map 3, H4 RODRIGUE STU­DIO This French Quar­ter land­mark is de­voted to the works of the late great George Rodrigue. Paint­ings and silkscreens rep­re­sent­ing Rodrigue’s Ca­jun roots pe­riod and pop­u­lar “Blue Dog” se­ries are avail­able. www.georg­ero­drigue. com. 730 Royal St., 504.581.4244. Map 3, G4 SCENE BY RHYS “New Orleans mu­sic inked into art,” is the adage of artist Em­i­lie Rhys, who you’ll likely spot sketch­ing away in a lo­cal club. Like her le­gendary fa­ther, Noel Rock­more, Rhys cap­tures the beat of the city through por­traits of its mu­si­cians. 708 Toulouse St., 504.258.5842. Map3, G4 TAN­NER GAL­LERIES & STU­DIO Home to lo­cal artist Tan­ner’s col­or­ful-yet-haunt­ing “treescapes. www.hauntin­ 830 Royal St., 504.524.8266. Map 3, H4 VIN­TAGE 329 A mecca for vin­tage jew­elry buffs, this hip shop is filled with Chanel, Me­mento Mori

and Chris­tian Lacroix. Vin­tage sun­glasses, French-, Shag- and fash­ion-in­spired posters, plus vin­tage bar­ware are among the of­fer­ings. 329 Royal St., 504.525.2262. Map 3, F4

WIND­SOR FINE ART This gallery features fine works in a va­ri­ety of me­dia by the great masters, from Durer to Rem­brandt, as well as modern masters such as Pi­casso, Cha­gall, Matisse, Miro and Dali, along with orig­i­nal works by ToulouseLautrec. www.wind­sorfin­ 221 Royal St., 504.586.0202. Map 3, F4

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