Among the long list of Indianapolis art galleries, the Eckert and Ross Fine Art Gallery is considered the definitive destination for fine Indianapolis art with an early Indiana theme. Co-owners Jim Ross and Lisa Eckert have worked hard to create and maintain a large inventory of this genre, as well as a collection of pieces by top-notch Indianapolis artists and elsewhere in the Midwest.
The gallery also shows work by world-renowned painters and sculptors form across the nation and Europe. On exhibit at any time are mainly impressionistic renderings of landscapes, waterways, still lifes and figures by highly recognized artists from across the globe.
Some of the artists who have made the Eckert and Ross Fine Art Gallery the home of their pieces are: J. Ottis Adams, Wayman Adams, Winifred Brady Adams, Adam Emory Albright, George Ames Aldrich, George Herbert Baker, Gustave Baumann, Dale Philip Bessire, C. Curry Bohm, Bill Brandt, John Elwood Bundy, V.J. Cariani, John Michael Carter, Gianni Cilfone, Louis Paul Dessar, Frank Virgil Dudley, Maude Kaufman Eggemeyer, William Forsyth, Carl C. Graf, Louis Oscar Griffith, Fredrik Grue, Richard Buckner Gruelle, John Wesley Hardrick, Lucie Hartrath, Glenn Cooper Henshaw, William Henry Hilliard, Kaethe Hoeltzell, William F. Kaeser, Kathe Kollwitz, Georges LaChance, Leota Williams Loop, Henrik Martin Mayer, LeRoy Neiman, Ada Walter Shulz, Adolph Robert Shulz, Gary Ernest Smith, William McKendree Snyder, Otto Stark, Theodore Clement Steele, Will Vawter and E.K. Williams.
Eckert and Ross Fine Art Gallery
Co-owners: Jim Ross and Lisa Eckert
5627 N Illinois St
Indianapolis, IN 46208
Hours: Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. or by appointment
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