Henrietta Milan grew up in Chicago and studied at the University of Texas at Austin, but she is influenced by somewhere much farther away. Milan’s interest in French Impressionism was cemented by travels through Europe, where she studied masters such as Monet at institutions like the Louvre and the Musee d’Orsay in Paris. Today, her Fort Worth Gallery is filled with hundreds of original pieces, ranging from oil, acrylic, and watercolor works on canvas to sculpture, serigraphs, and reproductions. The gallery features the work of more than a dozen artists, and although many have ties to North Texas, origins stretch as far as the Czech Republic. The Milan Gallery also maintains a full schedule of events, including exhibitions, artist appearances, and more.