Specializing in Important American Paintings & Sculpture
Hiro Fine Art is a premier Minneapolis art gallery that specializes in 19th and 20th century American art and offers a full range of art services including acquisition, consignment, selling, appraisals and conservation. Located at the International Market Square in Minneapolis, Minnesota we strive to provide our clients with exceptional service expertise in the fine arts. Our fine art gallery space features paintings, sculptures, and prints by the most well known Minnesota and Internationally recognized artists.
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Hiro Fine Art gallery is interested in acquiring high quality works of art through acquisition or consignment and offers a discreet, personalized and transparent way to sell your paintings, prints, and sculpture.
Hiro Fine Art offers professional art appraisals for insurance claim and coverage, estate planning and probate, authentication, charitable donation, fair market value, and divorce and asset allocation. Our art appraisers adhere to the standards set forth by USPAP and are accepted by all the insurance companies.
Hiro Fine Art has an extensive inventory of high quality paintings and sculpture in our beautiful Minneapolis gallery at the International Market Square. Our collection focuses on Midwest regional artists as well as American and European masters. We focus on displaying the highest quality artwork to our discerning collectors and institutions.
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Hiro Fine Art, LLC, strives to educate our clientele with extensive artist biographies and scholarly research. We are always in search of more information about our artists so please let us know if there is something we can add.
Hiro Fine Art, LLC, creates blogs to give a personal insight into our passion in the fine arts. We write about artists, paintings, sculptures, the art market, along with less formal entries about our interests and ideas.
Fritz Scholder was born in Breckenridge, Minnesota in 1937. He was raised in Wahpeton, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin, attending public schools with Anglo children. In the 1950s, Scholder studied with Wayne Thiebaud, a pop artist. Thiebaud escorted Scholder...
Originally known as Brown’s Falls, Minnehaha Falls became famous in the mid nineteenth-century. Inspired by the poetry and art of the first explorers to Minnesota, artists from the east toured the Mississippi River. It acquired national, even world, fame thanks to the...
Early Minnesota Artists Minnesota Natives and Immigrant Artists The humble beginnings of art in Minnesota involved interactions between several particular groupings of people. This was apparent in why individuals came to the area, where they stayed, and what they...