Findlay Galleries Celebrates 152 years in the art business. A family business founded in 1870 representing over 100 artists and artist estates, with gallery 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.
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the largest exhibition of Robert Natkin paintings in over a decade, which includes many important paintings from the artist’s most desirable periods.
Natkin created some of the most innovative color abstractions of the late 20th century. Populated by stripes, dots, grids, and an array of free-floating forms, his light-filled canvases are sensuous, playful, and visually complex. Natkin was the subject of a major monograph written by the British art critic Peter Fuller, who described his paintings as a “veil on the infinite.”
This exhibition includes paintings by modern primitive and naïf artists Henri Maïk, Orville Bulman, Gustavo Novoa, Ljubomir Milinkov, Camille Bombois and Annette Ollivary. These charming works are bathed in exuberant color and present whimsical environments where people and wild animals peacefully co-exist. We invite you to visit our Palm Beach gallery to view and enjoy this beautiful collection.
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present an exhibition of paintings by German-American artist Fritz Rauh. His vibrant abstract works possess an organic quality with forms that imitate the rhythms of nature. Critics Rauh’s unique approach to canvas as a surface to be “opened” with color and shapes.
The School of Paris exhibition presents a select group of artists that were instrumental to the artistic developments of this period, along with others that benefited from and furthered their vison: Andre Lhote, Jean Dufy, Gen Paul, Paul Aïzpiri, Bernard Buffet, and Gilles Gorriti.
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the exhibition Figures: Now & Then, on view at our Palm Beach. This exhibition uses the human figure as the lens through which a variety of painting styles and themes can be explored and better understood.
Findlay Galleries presents the second installment of Summer Selections with our Works on Paper series on view at our Palm Beach Gallery. This exhibition includes a carefully coordinated and diverse selection of works from our vast collection of works on paper by artists such as Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall and others.
Findlay Galleries is proud to present an exhibition of works by Abstract artist Gordon Onslow Ford whose career was as colorful and accomplished as his remarkable works. He focused on surrealist and abstract compositions, often using elements of the cosmos and natural world as metaphors for the life of the mind.
Outrageous Ingenuity offers a broad survey of Richenburg’s works from the 1940s to the 1980s, presenting a critical understanding of Richenburg’s approach to painting. Throughout the decades he employs a variety of techniques that exemplify his breadth of skill but his commitment to the avant-garde and to pushing the boundaries of what constitutes art.
An exhibition of Ronnie Landfield’s most recent works to celebrate the artists recently receiving the 2022 Hamptons Fine Art Fair Lifetime Achievement in Painting Award. honoring his contributions and dedication to American abstraction.
From Hugo Grenville’s contemporary figures and landscapes bathed in light and pattern to John Ferren’s explosive use of color and form. The variety in this exhibition provides collectors with the perfect opportunity to explore our collections and discover new artists and their works.