Hiro Fine Art specializes in important American and European art of the mid to early 20th Century with a strong focus on early American modernism and regional artists from Minnesota.
We have over 10 years of experience in the field and can be a valuable asset when navigating the world of fine art. We offer a wonderful selection of high quality paintings, works on paper, prints, and sculpture for the discerning collector, interior designer, museum, dealer, art consultant or institution. Hiro Fine Art has worked with several important collections and pride ourselves with making our clients our first priority with professional service and expertise.
We offer complete services including consultation, scholarship, curatorial management, auction representation, appraisal, conservation, consignment and acquisition. Our growing inventory of artworks includes exceptional paintings by Edouard Cortes, Alexis Jean Fournier, and Knute Heldner. We are always seeking high quality paintings for acquisition or consignment. We are commited to serving our clients with the utmost integrity and honesty for all their fine art needs. We strive to bring quality fine art to both beginning and experienced collectors.
Hiro Fine Art is a private gallery that is open by appointment at 3011 36th Avenue South, Suite #8 in Minneapolis, MN 55406.
Michael D. Smith
An avid art collector, Michael graduated from the University of Minnesota – Duluth with a B.A. in Business and a minor in Art History.
Michael has over 25 years of entrepreneurial and retail experience. After successfully owning several retail and online companies in the tech sector, Michael has turned to his passion of fine art.
Michael, his wife Kimberly, and their two children live in the western suburb of Plymouth, Minnesota.
Robert’s passion for fine art began as a young child visiting his grandparents home and being surrounded by paintings and antiques. This evolved into a full time job when he was given the opportunity to sell several of the paintings and antiques. Robert enjoyed this field so much that he changed his major at the University of Minnesota to Art History and took classes at New York University for art appraisals.
Robert spent five years in Chicago working for the largest appraisal firm in the Midwest and was involved in appraising some incredible collections such as Notre Dame University and the American College of Surgeons.
Robert moved back to Minneapolis with his wife and they are expecting their first child in the fall.