Findlay Galleries, an iconic 147-year old family art business founded in 1870 represents over 100 artists and artist estates with locations in both Palm Beach and New York. 
Specializing in Impressionism, European Modernism, l’École de Rouen, l’École de Paris and 20th Century American Art,
with exclusive representation of Contemporary Artists and Artist Estates.

Current Exhibitions On View

Palm Beach

Fritz Rauh + Jack Wright

Points of View

Through this exhibition, Findlay Galleries is introducing collectors to a powerful synthesis of independent thinking, sophisticated color theory and obsessive mark making that portray the most basic elements of life as well as the grand contemplation of the cosmos.

Fritz Rauh + Jack Wright

Points of View

Through this exhibition, Findlay Galleries is introducing collectors to a powerful synthesis of independent thinking, sophisticated color theory and obsessive mark making that portray the most basic elements of life as well as the grand contemplation of the cosmos.


Various Artists

Paper Works

We are delighted to present you with our latest exhibition Paper Works which highlights our expansive inventory covering both Impressionist and Modern Art works on paper. 


Priscilla Heine

New Works

New paintings on view bring forth Priscilla Heine’s representation of austere landscapes and symbolic compositions inspired by a balance of internal and external forces.


New York

20th Century Masters

Gallery Collection on View

The Masters’ Collection offers a cross-section of highlights from our collection including recent acquisitions of Impressionist and Modern Masters.


Hugo Grenville

Memories & Reflections

This exhibition will showcase 34 new paintings which pull together three central subjects in art: the figure; the landscape; and the still life. Interweaving with each other, they present an amalgam of the artist’s memory and observation.

Hugo Grenville

Memories & Reflections

This exhibition will showcase 34 new paintings which pull together three central subjects in art: the figure; the landscape; and the still life. Interweaving with each other, they present an amalgam of the artist’s memory and observation.


Michael Dunbar

Future, Vision, Past

This exhibition offers the viewer a small-scale version of Dunbar’s monumental abstract works of art in steel or bronze. On both large scale and small, the work is driven by mathematical relationships and machined precision.


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