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Landmarks Gallery

An eclectic array

Jul. 5, 2009
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Founded in 1967, Landmarks Gallery is one of Milwaukee’s oldest art galleries and the area’s longest-running women-run gallery. It’s also unique for its full range of services, including art appraisal, custom framing and restoration of photographs and works on canvas and paper, including documents as well as prints. Landmarks has mounted an eclectic array of exhibitions over the years, including Milwaukee outside artist Eugene von Bruenchenhein, Russian exile designer Erte and Anglo-American maritime artist John Stobart as well as shows dedicated to movie posters and the art of World War II. Recently, Landmarks has focused on 20th century Wisconsin and Midwest regionalists, including Francesco Spicuzza, Robert von Neumann, Owen Gromme and Paul Hammersmith.

Open Tuesday to Friday 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Saturday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

231 N. 76th St.

Milwaukee, WI 53213

(414) 453-1620



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