We will be closed May 25, 26 and 27 in observance of Memorial Day. Please have an enjoyable weekend and while remembering those no longer with us, thank a veteran and/or those currently serving. Thank You!
GEORGE RAAB Born in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, George Raab (1866-1943) was the son of German immigrant parents. Raab began studies under Richard Lorenz, director of the Wisconsin School of Design. Raab also studied in Germany in the 1890s at the Weimar Art School. After returning to Wisconsin in 1899, Raab became one of the founding members […]
Even though we have many nice works of art for sale, a gift certificate in any amount large or small can be a great idea this Christmas and Holiday season for someone on your list. Gift certificates can be applied to any of our services we offer such as custom picture framing, art restoration, appraisals […]
We will be closed Saturday September 1 through Monday September 3. Our normal hours resume Tuesday September 4 at 10 am. Have a great Labor Day and safe travels.
On exhibit now and running through the end of July, are a number of original paintings for sale by Wisconsin artist Terrill Knaack. Terrill Knaack Biographical Sketch Terrill Knaack is a nationally recognized artist. His landscape and bird art have been exhibited in natural history and fine art museums across the United States, including the […]
In our 52nd year, Landmarks Gallery now utilizes the best network of skilled art restorers possible. Our gallery and workshop at 231 N. 76th street in Milwaukee remains open to the public without the need for appointments as it always has been. We offer expertise in a full variety of mediums such as oil paintings, […]
From electric guitars to fluid paintings. Steve Benford is a local artist who has been building and designing his own custom guitars in south east Wisconsin for many years. More recently his creativity has expanded into the realm of original fine art. These fluid paintings are created using acrylic paint on stretched canvas. Each piece […]
Were you wondering where Emma went? She is at Landmarks Gallery. The Milwaukee Press Club has entrusted us to sell this Newsroom Pub painting with net proceeds going to the MPC Endowment. https://milwaukeepressclub.org/mpc-endowment. Milwaukee artist Frank Enders completed this painting of model Emma Becker in 1920. Landmarks Gallery will have this artwork on display from […]