Michalopoulos Gallery

French Quarter

Michalopoulos has become one of New Orleans’ most popular painters in recent years, in part on the strength of his best-selling Jazz Fest posters. His shop showcases his colorful and expressive architectural studies and paintings that look like Van Gogh meets the Vieux Carré. Visit the website or call ahead to confirm hours and check on upcoming events.

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