Findlay Galleries Celebrates 150 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.

Current Exhibitions On View

Palm Beach

Leonard Edmondson

Signs & Symbols

Findlay Galleries is proud to present Signs & Symbols, an exhibition exploring the highly important works of abstract surrealist, Leonard Edmondson. Edmondson’s art is concerned with cognition and demonstrates his interest in relationships, both conceptual and formal. His paintings and prints share a delicate line, a concern with the tonal gradations of textured backgrounds, and a refined elegance.

Henri Maïk

Magical Safari Exhibition

Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the Magical Safari exhibition showcasing the works of French Primitive painter, Henri Maïk. In many ways, Maïk’s paintings are paradoxical, familiar and strange, childlike but sophisticated, quiet yet also vocal with color. They are dreamscapes, lush terrains with fields of unique flowers, exotic trees, rare birds, and wild beasts; all painted in their unique texture.

Gaston Sébire

The Normande Impressionist Master

Celebrating the Artist’s 100th Anniversary

This exhibition showcases Sebire’s wide variety of works; boats, beaches, landscapes, seascapes, gardens, and bouquets. Each painting, a timeless masterpiece, reveals not only his revered ability as a painter but also shows another expression of his personality. He had an astounding ability to capture the essence of a particular moment with his magnificent eye and incomparable brushstroke — a composed and balanced en plein air master.

Jean Dufy & Gen Paul

20th Century Masters

Findlay Galleries is pleased to announce its exhibition of recent acquisitions and gallery collection of works by Jean Dufy (1888 – 1964) and Gen Paul (1895 – 1975), two masters of the school of Paris.

Constantin Kluge

The Pictorial Poetry of Paris

Findlay Galleries Presents’ The Pictorial Poetry of Paris’, an exhibition from Post-Impressionist artist, Constantin Kluge.

In Kluge’s paintings, each element is given balance with space to tell its own part of the story. The sky is given ample room to provide an uninterrupted display of summer clouds or winter hues. Every reflection of light from a tree leaf is given as much voice as architectural detail in a beloved Parisian bridge. There is balance and harmony in each composition supported by a beautifully crafted foundation made of precise proportions, perspective, and form.

New York

Mary Sipp Green

The Mystical Now

Findlay Galleries is pleased to present The Mystical Now. This exhibition is dedicated to the late Sister Wendy Beckett, a British religious sister and world-renowned art historian who was an avid supporter of Mary Sipp Green’s work throughout her career.

Ronnie Landfield


Findlay Galleries is proud to announce the exhibition Ronnie Landfield – Concurrence at Findlay Galleries, New York. The exhibition showcases both new paintings and select integral Landfield works from the color field abstractionist, Ronnie Landfield. His work continues to develop with effortless sophistication, utilizing form, size, and color in a progressive yet retrospective way.

Priscilla Heine

Recent Works 2020

Findlay Galleries is pleased to present its exhibition at Findlay Galleries, New York.

Heine’s approach is daring and intuitive. Her works are playful yet refined, and they command attention and intrigue. In this latest series, Heine’s varied compositional elements and techniques amalgamate to create delicately balanced, bold, and powerful organisms. Her organic, rich palette, coupled with her instinctive forms, absorb and engage the viewer.

Leonard Edmondson

A Collection of Works From The Fifties

Findlay Galleries is proud to present “A Collection of Works From The Fifties” by postwar abstractionist Leonard Edmondson. The exhibition focuses on Edmondson’s abstract surreal works from the 1950s. His works are allover compositions in which biomorphic shapes float through an atmosphere of soft color. His paintings and prints share a delicate line, a concern with the tonal gradations of textured backgrounds, and a refined elegance.

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