David Barnett Gallery - Milwaukee, WI - U.S.A.

Established in 1966 by 19 year old David Barnett, the David Barnett Gallery now boasts the largest and most diverse collection of any gallery in Wisconsin & features over three floors of work, more than 600 artists, and an astounding 6,000 pieces.

Since 1966 The David Barnett Gallery has been on an upward trajectory with no signs of slowing down. Since it's establishment the Gallery has donated over one million dollars worth of artworks to a diverse selection of non-profit groups working in the arts all over the state of Wisconsin including The Contemporary Art Museum in Madison, Lawrence University in Appleton, The Haggerty Museum and Marquette University in Milwaukee, The Milwaukee Art Museum, Lakeland College in Sheboygan and the Appleton Arts Center. In 1985 the David Barnett Gallery was the first gallery in Wisconsin to start an internship program for Fine Art and Art History students. The program has assisted dozens of artists and art teachers to gain field experience.
David Barnett has made a career out of his passion and wishes to help others who are struggling to focus on what they love doing most. David's mission continues to be proudly supporting the collaborative nature and transformative power of creativity, and preserving the legacies of the brilliant, artistic minds that came before us.

Since 1975 David has personally appraised thousands of art works for museums, individuals and corporations across the country. Roughly 2,000 appraisers world wide are certified at David's level. The gallery currently possesses an international inventory of tens of thousands of images that span centuries of history, and boasts the largest collection in Wisconsin that represents more than 600 artists.
Specializing in European and American masters, the gallery inventory includes works by some of the greatest artists throughout history

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