Richard Gray Gallery has been a Chicago presence since 1963 when it opened on Ontario near the Magnificent Mile. Now housed on the 25th floor of the John Hancock Building, the gallery continues to represent the finest in museum-quality work by modern and contemporary master artists, including original works by Pablo Picasso, Max Ernst, Willem de Kooning, Mark Rothko, Alexander Calder, Joan Mir?, Louise Nevelson and Chuck Close. Richard Gray also maintains a second public gallery in New York.
A trusted figure in the international art world, owner Richard Gray is known for his knowledge, integrity and taste. The gallery holds strong working relationships with a number of world-renowned institutions, including the Whitney Museum, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Washington National Gallery and the Art Institute of Chicago. Major private collectors from across the globe have prized this gallery for decades, praising its unbiased consulting, fair judgments and reliable, professional service.
Despite its countless accolades and world-wide reputation, Richard Gray Gallery is pleased to work with any level of collector. Whether you are looking to develop your own aesthetic or refine an existing collection, Richard Gray will assist you in all of your collecting needs.
The gallery is open to the public without appointment Monday through Friday, 10 am?5 pm. Call for appointments on Saturday.
Richard Gray Gallery
875 N. Michigan Ave.
Chicago, IL 60611