Since it's opening in the year 2000, Richard Norton Gallery has participated regularly in numerous important international fine art fairs throughout the country, including Expo Chicago and The Armory Show Modern in New York. These art fairs draw together some of the world's leading galleries, curators and collectors, and become major venues for the sale and exhibition of Modern and Contemporary art. Such prestigious annual events offer a platform for the gallery to publicly exhibit it's most important recent acquisitions, and provide elegant out-of-town venues to reach out to an international audience. In the past, the gallery has participated in other notable fine art fairs including Art 20 in New York, Works on Paper in New York, Art Chicago, The LA Art Show, The San Francisco International Art Exhibition and The Palm Beach Art & Jewelry Show, among others.
Exhibitions held at Richard Norton Gallery are often dedicated to the artwork of a single artist or a specific collection. The gallery represent's numerous artist's estates and specializes in creating new audiences for historically important artwork of the early Twentieth Century. Some of the past gallery exhibitions include those for such artists as Albert Krehbiel, Pauline Palmer, Karl Buehr, Medard Klein, Robert Erickson, Walter Burt Adams, Hanaiah Harari, Gerrit Sinclair, Richard Koppe, Francis Chapin, Walter Krawiec, R. Leroy Turner, Edgar Miller and Georges Maurice Cloud, among others. Additionally, the gallery has dedicated exhibitions to important private collections, such as the Bridges Collection of Chicago Painting, 1885-1945.
These numerous international fine art fairs and private gallery exhibitions offer successful settings for the sale of fine art through Richard Norton Gallery. Likewise, the gallery's unique location in the Merchandise Mart in Chicago and it's special design clientele, offer a private and exclusive venue for the consignor and collector to acquire, sell and enjoy early Twentieth Century fine art.
Couture: Fashion Design Studies from the late 1930s and early 1940sNovember 30th - December 31st, 2021
Rolph Scarlett: Modern AbstractionsWorks on PaperSeptember 23rd - October 22nd, 2021