A Brief History of the New Rodrigue Gallery

As you may have heard, we are moving the New Orleans gallery in the spring. After twenty years renting in the same location at 721 Royal, we’ve purchased a building just across the street at 730 Royal, adjacent to St. Louis Cathedral and over-looking St. Anthony’s Gardens. The French Quarter is full of rich history,Continue reading “A Brief History of the New Rodrigue Gallery”

History of an Artist?

Written after reading a recent article about a ‘discovered’ (by x-ray) N.C. Wyeth painting located underneath a later N.C. Wyeth painting (turns out he had re-used the canvas). The resulting on-line debate and discussion covered everything from illustration vs art, to the artist’s intention in covering or ‘hiding’ an earlier work, to the definition ofContinue reading “History of an Artist?”

About This Blog

I decided to give blogging about George Rodrigue and his artwork a try, because he is an interesting person, an incredibly creative individual, and there’s something worth writing about (and sharing) going on around here nearly everyday. Before starting, however, I do hope to narrow the scope of questions and comments as follows, lest IContinue reading “About This Blog”