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Richard Russell Gallery

Opened in 1988, the Russell Gallery still thrives in the heart of the French Quarter. With well over a million visitors annually, they pride themselves in dedication to both the client and the artists. Their job is to find a fair price, while maintaining the value of the artists work; most of their artists have been with them more than 5 years. They offer mostly whimsical sculpture and paintings. Art that makes you happy and keeps a smile on your face.

Location: JLR Gallery, 5818 Colbert Dr, New Orleans Louisiana 70418 Telephone 504-482-9103

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