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The Michalopoulos Gallery

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Feast for the Eyes

Friends of ours, frequent customers of this elegant gallery, told us to check it out several years... read more

Reviewed 1 July 2017
San Antonio, Texas
New Orleans summed up on Canvas

I will admit I am biased. In 2005 my family came to NOLA for a convention - we stayed in a big... read more

Reviewed 26 May 2017
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7 Mar 2018
“worth a quick visit”
30 Jun 2017
“Feast for the Eyes”
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617 Bienville St, New Orleans, LA 70130-2208
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Reviewed 7 March 2018

while walking the quarter, stop in here for a quick visit. it is free. checkout the interesting interpretation of local architecture that michalopoulos presents in his large paintings.

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Reviewed 1 July 2017

Friends of ours, frequent customers of this elegant gallery, told us to check it out several years ago, although undoubtedly they knew we would likely never be able to effort buying one of these beautiful, colorful, New Orleans-themed paintings, besides would not have enough space...More

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Reviewed 26 May 2017

I will admit I am biased. In 2005 my family came to NOLA for a convention - we stayed in a big hotel by the water and on our concierge floor was a painting where the moon came alive - the lines of the building...More

Thank Iamaluckygirl
Reviewed 15 December 2015

We loved the artist's renditions of the city. Pictures are bright, vibrant and give the feeling of life. We'd love sometime to be able to bring some home. The gentleman running the store is very helpful and loves to 'sell' the city.

Thank K2C
Reviewed 5 August 2015

This is a wonderful gallery to visit. We were trolling the antique shops, dazzled by the chandeliers, when we were dazzled by the windows of this gallery. If there was any artist who evokes a sense of place that is New Orleans, this guy is...More

Thank 576alettas
Reviewed 7 November 2012

Very welcoming host, the art was spectacular. It was priced out of range for the average tourist, but a real treat to the art enthusiast of the unique architecture of New Orleans and James' unique capturing of it on canvas.

Thank Paulette Y
Reviewed 2 September 2011

I was looking for a large piece of art for the house I was building. I didn't want a print or a painting of usual NOLA scenes like swamps, boats, mossy oaks. I like those but I wanted unique. I found him one year at...More

Thank nolaqueen
Reviewed 4 August 2003

Not to buy a print (or even a poster, for the budget conscious). The use of color and texture, the obvious love for the architecture and vibe of the city, I had to have it. It was a strain on the wallet, but I'll never...More

Thank Jet28064
Reviewed 3 March 2003

I was attracted to this gallery after seeing a small piece of the artist's work in an advertisement. I was blown away by the amazing use of color, perspective and texture in his paintings. The thing that most impressed me is that Mr. Michalopoulos has...More

4  Thank Voyage22754
Reviewed 7 February 2003

Everyone should aspire to own art as amazing as this. If you do nothing else in New Orleans be sure to visit The Michalopoulos gallery. His paintings are windows into other dimensions.

3  Thank Exploration10113
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