Art Connection L.A. (8687 Melrose Ave., Suite B483; 310-659-9260) houses contemporary art, original paintings, posters, antique prints, engravings, etchings, sculpture and custom mirrors.
Blitzstein Museum of Art (428 N. Fairfax Ave.; 323-852-4830) offers some 300 exciting, original expressionist oil paintings by Blitzstein, circa 1964–2000.
Chac Mool (8920 Melrose Ave.; 310-550-6792) is currently showing a multimedia exhibit by Darryl Pottorf. Mool specializes in American and European contemporary paintings and sculptures.
Classic Artforms (9009 Beverly Blvd.; 310-273-6306) has a large sculpture collection, plus traditional and contemporary paintings. Artists featured: Humbert Curcuru, Marilyn Simon and Sandra Bagley.
Daniel Saxon Gallery (552 Norwich Drive; 310-657-6033) focuses on Chicano and Latino artists Patssi Valdez, Gronk, Carlos Almaraz and many others.
Dassin Gallery (8687 Melrose Ave., Suite B131; 310-652-0203) sells impressionist and realist oil paintings, and watercolors by Frank Holmes, Robert Forbes and Corinne Hartley.
Edenhurst Gallery (8920 Melrose Ave.; 310-247-8151) spotlights early California impressionists Guy Rose, William Wendt and Granville Redmond.
The Feldman Galley (8687 Melrose Ave.; 310-657-0800) is devoted to decorative and fine arts, architectural designs and international exhibits.
Gallery 825/LAAA (825 N. La Cienega Blvd.; 310-652-8272) offers drawing workshops, art lectures and demonstrations; features an exhibition space for emerging SoCal artists of all media.
Gallery Soolip (550 Norwich Drive; 310-360-0154) carries contemporary mixed media. For spring and early summer, Douglas Burch’s paintings on glass and Stephanie Wilson Cate’s photographs of India are prominently displayed.
Gemini G.E.L. (8365 Melrose Ave.; 323-651-0513) is a publisher of limited-edition works on paper; also houses a collection of sculpture. Carries the works of Richard Serra, Allen Ginsberg and David Hockney.
George Stern Fine Arts (8920 Melrose Ave.; 310-276-2600) has an inventory of over 300 works, in cluding early California artists and modernists Guy Rose and Marion Wachtel.
Gideon Gallery LTD. (8748 Melrose Ave.; 310-657-4194) has an extensive collection of 16th- through 20th-century etchings, engravings, lithographs and antiquarian prints. French matting and custom framing offered.
Goldfield Galleries (8380 Melrose Ave.; 323-651-1122), open for 35 years, houses pieces by late-19th- through 20th-century impressionists, California plein air painters and Southwestern art, including work by Edgar Payne and Albert Bierstadt.
Herbert Palmer Gallery (9003 Melrose Ave.; 310-278-6407) exhibits paintings, sculptures and prints by Jackson Pollack, Helen Frankenthaler and John Anderson.
Indian Style (8650 Melrose Ave.; 310-659-7525) displays and sells spiritually inspired Indian art from the 16th through the 19th century, including paintings, statues, jewelry and furniture.
Jonathan H. Kent Gallery (474 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-657-5727) features custom paintings and re-creations of the masters, including Monet and van Gogh.
June Gallery (300 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-360-9090) houses the works of June Kim and Thomas Ho, and other classical and contemporary oil painters.
Kantor Gallery (8642 Melrose Ave.; 310-659-5388) has roots in contemporary Pop Art, with sculptures, prints and paintings by Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Keith Haring and many others.
Kiyo Higashi (8332 Melrose Ave.; 323-655-2482) stocks modern, abstract art, with a focus on minimalism. Currently showing the works of Marcia Roberts.
Kohn Turner Gallery (454 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-854-5400) is where you’ll find contemporary international art by April Gornik, Darren Waterston and Bruce Conner.
Koplin Gallery (464 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-657-9843) sells representational drawings, paintings and sculptures, with a focus on realism. Over 40 artists are featured, in cluding James Doolin and Cynthia Evans.
Louis Stern Fine Arts (9002 Melrose Ave.; 310-276-0147) mounts a new show every six weeks and spotlights impressionist, post-impressionist, modern and Latin American art by Degas, Chagall and Picasso.
Manny Silverman Gallery (619 N. Almont Drive; 310-659-8256) highlights artists from the New York school, including Robert Motherwell, Adolph Gottlieb and Michael Goldberg.
Margo Leavin Gallery (812 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-273-0603) has drawings, paintings, prints and sculptures by contemporary American and European artists, including Amy Adler, Jasper Johns and Alexis Smith.
Michael Hittleman Gallery (8797 Beverly Blvd.; 323-655-5364) exhibits contemporary and modern Israeli and Jewish artists, with a focus on religious art by Chagall, Ticho and Agam.
Michael’s Custom Framing and Gallery (369 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-276-0752) has, for 30 years, stocked antique prints and collectible lithos by Miro, Chagall and Picasso. Over 10,000 fine art pieces; custom-framing services, too.
Morseburg Galleries (9089 Santa Monica Blvd.; 310-273-5207) offers historic and contemporary California plein air paintings, and the works of Russian realists Evgeny and Lydia Baranov.
Policappelli Collection (361 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-278-0254) carries the contemporary art and sculpture of Nini Policappelli.
Regency Fine Art Gallery (740 N. La Cienega Blvd.; 310-659-3616) features decorative antiquarian prints, maps, medieval manuscripts and distinctive frames.
Regen Projects (629 N. Almont Drive; 310-276-5424) shows international contemporary art of all media. Paintings by Lari Pittman, works by Charles Ray and photographs by Catherine Opie.
Remba Gallery (462 N. Robertson Blvd.; 310-657-1101) is currently featuring the works of L.A. artist Yong Sin. The gallery holds sculptures and mixografias by contemporary European, American and Latin American artists.
Tasende Gallery (8808 Melrose Ave.; 310-276-8686) for monumental sculptures and paintings by Lee Krasner, Henry Moore and others.
West Hollywood Graphic Experience and Poster Studio (8244 Santa Monica Blvd.; 323-650-1873) is the master of rare, hard-to-find and out-of-print posters, over 5,000 to choose from; custom framing available, too.
William A. Karges Fine Art (9001 Melrose Ave.; 310-276-8551) is known for its collection of early California painters, as well as other American artists, including Granville Redmond, William Wendt and John Gamble.
Wolfryd-Selway Fine Art (8678 Melrose Ave.; 310-854-0572) has art by Lichtenstein, Miro, Picasso and Warhol, among others.
Yesteryear, LTD. (8816 Beverly Blvd.; 310-278-2008) stocks over 250,000 antique engravings, including hand-colored architectural and botanical engravings.<
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