Gilley's Gallery

Exhibition Details

Gilley's Gallery features artists showcased in LSU Museum of Art exhibition

View the gallery's works by artists featured in Mexico in New Orleans: A Tale of Two Americas
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Landscape_ Caroline Durieux_ print_ Cliché-Verre

Caroline Durieux

Landscape

Cliché-Verre
16 x 20 inches
Original Sketches_ Caroline Durieux_ illustration

Caroline Durieux

Original Sketches

Pencil
8 x 10.5 inches
Self Portrait_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph

David Siqueiros

Self Portrait

Lithograph
12 x 16.5 inches
Title Unknown (Abstract)_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph

David Siqueiros

Meditation

Lithograph
16 x 20 inches
Title Unknown (Abstract)_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph

David Siqueiros

Phosphorescent Volcano

Lithograph
16 x 20 inches
Title Unknown (Abstract)_ David Siqueiros_ print_ lithograph

David Siqueiros

Flight

Lithograph
16 x 20 inches
Xochilmilco_ Charles Oglesby Longabaugh_ painting_ watercolor

Charles Oglesby Longabaugh

Xochimilco

Watercolor
7 x 6 inches
Patio Famous Old Tin Shop_ Colette Pope Heldner_ oil on canvas_ New Orleans

Colette Pope Heldner

Patio Famous Old Tin Shop

Oil on Canvas
24 x 30 inches
Patio Petite Theatre au Vieux Carre_ Colette Pope Heldner_ oil on canvas_ New Orleans

Colette Pope Heldner

Patio Petite Theatre au Vieux Carre'

Oil on Canvas
24 x 30 inches

The LSU Museum of Art's exhibition Mexico in New Orleans: A Tale of Two Americas features artists from both Mexico and Louisiana, including several artists featured in Gilley's Gallery. Artists Caroline Durieux, Colette Pope Heldner and Charles Oglesby Longabaugh, among others, traveled to Mexico in an effort to immerse themselves in the culture and learn from some of the country's most prominent talents, including Diego Rivera. Muralist David Siqueiros, was a native of Mexico but actively participated in the cultural exchange, collaborating with Durieux on occasion.

The exhibition follows the artwork and culture from the 1920s to 1950s and the influences still present in today's society. Mexico in New Orleans is currently open and runs through August 30, 2015.

We've taken this opportunity to showcase our collection of these artists' works. You will find each piece for sale at Gilley's Gallery listed below.

 

Gilley's Gallery
8750 Florida Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70815
(225) 922-9225

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