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Art

New Orleans has long been known to be irresistably alluring to many versatile and talented artists. The city's unique history, steeped in legend and arcane traditions, creates a romantic atmosphere and inspiration not found in any other American city.

Local artists--many of whom are nationally and internationally known--abound, along with many artists who were drawn to the city to capture its essence in a variety of media.

A prime example is the Jackson Square Artists Colony, a self-regulated group of artists who continue the longstanding tradition of the open-air art market at the historic Place d’Armes. Legend has it that the great artist and illustrator John James Audubon also found inspiration in this revered public square, surrounded by the lacelike wrought-iron balconies of the ancient Pontalba Apartments, in the shadow of a grand basilica, the St. Louis Cathedral.

You'll discover incomparable original paintings, photography, sculpture and other artwork while browsing distinctive shops on Royal Street and throughout the historic Vieux Carré, strolling along Magazine Street, or visiting the galleries, museums and studios of the Warehouse District. Or cross the mighty Mississippi River to marvel at the decorative float art that makes the city’s Mardi Gras a world-class celebration.

But you don’t have to visit us in person to own a representation of this historic city. New Orleans Art.com has collected a large variety of artwork in many different styles and media. Here, you will find the finest works of New Orleans artists in a convenient viewing format.

Art is the perfect collectible to capture the essence of this unique city.


Artists

Lee Tucker Art

Lee Tucker Art

Visual artist and photographer Lee Tucker has exhibited in galleries in the U.S. and England. He has had numerous one-man shows, including an exhibit at Chicago’s prestigious Steppenwolf Theater, in tandem with the venue's production of "A Streetcar Named Desire."
 
Carol Zehner Art

Carol Zehner Art

Carol Zehner’s art captures the classic scenery of New Orleans and the Deep South on notecards, Christmas cards, and lithographs. Zehner works in pen and ink to give detail and texture to her work, later adding watercolor to enhance the emotion of the artwork.