New Orleans

COVID-19 UPDATE

Our New Orleans gallery has now re-opened to the public with limited hours (see below). However, we have implemented new safety measures including limiting the number of clients allowed in the gallery and requiring that everyone in the building wear a protective face covering.  Our goal is to keep both you and our employees safe as we move our lives into a new normal. Please check back often for further updates. Keep in mind that our online store is available, but if you need to speak with a member of our sales staff please don’t hesitate to call one of our galleries and leave a message or send us a direct email at info@georgerodrigue.com.  We’ll have someone get back with you as soon as possible. -Stay Well!


George Rodrigue opened his first gallery in New Orleans in 1989.  In 2010, he built his dream gallery space in one of the most historic buildings in the French Quarter.  The gallery features the artist’s depictions of the Louisiana landscape, Cajun culture and his Blue Dog series.  The exhibit spaces continually rotates selections from the artist’s career and this is the best space in the world to exclusively view Rodrigue’s original paintings and signed Blue Dog prints and Estate stamped Blue Dog prints.




Studio Staff:

Jeanne Cradic
jeanne@georgerodrigue.com

Rebecca Diaz
rebecca@georgerodrigue.com

Rhonda Egan
rhonda@georgerodrigue.com

 

Address:

730 Royal Street
New Orleans, LA 70116
(Adjacent to St. Louis Cathedral)
Phone: 504.581.4244
info@georgerodrigue.com

Gallery Hours:

Saturday – Sunday: Noon – 4:00pm
or By Appointment

Read a history HERE.


Entertaining at Rodrigue Studios

Host your event in one of the most historic buildings in the French Quarter. Our two-story, multi-use venue features artworks by Lousiana native and world-renowned artist, George Rodrigue.

Download The Guide to Entertaining at Rodrigue Studios or Contact Us at events@georgerodrigue.com

 

Entertain at our newly renovated 2nd floor gallery space.

View from the balcony of the 2nd floor of Rodrigue Studio overlooking St. Louis Cathedral and its Botanical Gardens.