Madron Gallery showcases the breadth and depth of nineteenth and twentieth-century art in the United States with its diverse inventory of paintings, drawings, sculptures, photographs, and prints by less widely-recognized artists. While the gallery’s American Impressionist pieces initially put it on the map, Madron also features an outstanding and constantly evolving collection of modern and contemporary art, aiming to illuminate artistic connections across decades and centuries.
Madron Press, formally established in 2020, seeks to further scholarship around significant but oft-overlooked American artists. Robert Vonnoh: American Impressionist and William S. Schwartz: Color and Coloratura are both available for purchase online.
March 6–June 16, 2023: Working Memory: New Work by Erin Garrity-Duffey
Fall 2023: Joseph Friebert: A Decade of Experimentation
Free parking. Scheduled visits to Madron Gallery recommended. Reservations may be made online.
Image: Image courtesy of Madron Gallery.
- 1000 W. North Ave 3rd Fl. Chicago, IL 60642
- Dir. Rachel Wakeman
- M–F 9:30–4:30; Evenings and Weekends by appt.