“Four American Surrealists” exhibition launching September 2015

Opening Reception: September 18th from 5–8 pm Exhibition: September 19 – November 25, 2015 CHICAGO, IL – Mongerson Gallery is pleased to announce Four American Surrealists, an exhibition surveying the 1930 to 1960 works of notable Midwestern surrealists Gertrude Abercrombie, Macena Barton, Sylvia Fein and Julia Thecla. The preliminary show in the gallery’s Chicago Modern […]

Recent Acquisition | Collection of Harry Jackson bronzes

Recently acquired by Mongerson Gallery, the collection of Harry Jackson (1924-2011) bronzes includes the following examples: Algonquin Chief and Warrior Frontiersman, Second Edition The Gunsil Iroquois Guide John Wayne Lone Hand Marshal II Peasant or Peon Dancers Pony Express II Sacagawea Sacagawea II Trail Boss Two Champs II For edition numbers and additional information, we […]

“Charles McGee: At 90” Exhibition Opening September 19th

Opening Reception September 19th, 2014 from 5:30-7:30pm Exhibition September 19 – November 21, 2014 Mongerson Gallery is pleased to announce Charles McGee: At 90, an exhibition of recent works by Charles McGee that presents the latest discoveries in his seventy-year career journey to explore “what is art.” Utilizing modern materials and methods, McGee draws on […]

Charles McGee at U.S. Embassy in Cotonou, Benin, Africa.

Play Patterns I acquired by Art in Embassies for Cotonou, Benin collection May 2014 – Mongerson Gallery is pleased to announce that Art in Embassies has acquired Charles McGee’s 2009 mixed media work Play Patterns I for the U.S. Embassy’s collection in Cotonou, Benin, Africa. Also available at this time is Play Patterns II. For […]

“Carl Titolo | Passeggiata: An Italian Journey” Exhibition and Opening Reception

May 1, 2014 – Mongerson Gallery is pleased to announce the opening for the exhibition Passeggiata: An Italian Journey comprised of multi-media works on wood by Carl Titolo (b. 1946). The most recent showing since 2007 of Titolo’s work in Chicago, the exhibition will feature over fifteen intricate works of the Italian landscape. Seeking to […]

Rudolf G. Wunderlich

Rudolf G. Wunderlich passed away peacefully on September 22, 2004 in Fountain Valley, California after a long illness. Born in Tarrytown, NY in 1920, Rudy graduated from Hackley School in Tarrytown, and then proceeded into the family art business. As president of Kennedy Galleries, which was founded by his grandfather Hermann Wunderlich in 1874, Rudolf […]