Findlay Galleries, an iconic 148-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.
Findlay Galleries is an international leader in representing the artists of the School of Rouen and the School of Normandy. The exhibition will include works by Impressionists Camille Pissarro and Eugène Boudin, School of Rouen painters Albert Lebourg, Alfred Dunet, Robert Antoine Pinchon and Pierre Dumont, as well as artists who have continued the Rouen influence into current times, including Albert Malet, Gaston Sébire and Isabelle de Ganay. Ecole Normande Exhibition is now on View at our Palm Beach Worth Avenue gallery.
Findlay Galleries is proud to present our September Palm Beach Exhibition Naïve & Modern Primitive Painters. Findlay Galleries has valued and presented the work of Modern Naïve painters since Walstein C. Findlay Jr. founded the company with his first Chicago location in 1931. The original selection of works by Rousseau and Bombois eventually expanded to include contemporary artists such as Maïk, Novoa and Ollivary, among others. This new group used the naïve style of painting as a means to create art outside traditional realms.
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present our Summer Exhibition, featuring a collection of lithographs, multiples, prints, pen and ink drawings,and recent works on paper. The collection is a glimpse into the extensive collection of works that the gallery represents, Included in the exhibition are modern masters Alexander Calder, Joan Miró and Pablo Picasso; colorist Simeon Braguin, and many others.
Findlay Galleries in Palm Beach is delighted to present a collection of paintings by renowned Italian palette knife master, Nicola Simbari. He builds his canvases with the impasto of angles and contrasts fromthe beauty and excitement in simple moments, mere objects, and even fleeting patterns of light that most would bypass as ordinary.
Findlay Galleries is proud to present American Colorfield Master Simeon Braguin. Born in Ukraine in 1907, Simeon Braguin immigrated to New York to rise and become a great painter, illustrator, Vogue Art Director, Sailor, WWII spy, Collector and Philanthropist. Today, he is highly regarded as a member of the New York’s School of Painting. his work is unique, combining the playful wire-like lines of Cocteau with sensuous color shapes of Matisse in a way that makes them incomparable to any artist of the time.
Findlay Galleries is proud to present Michael Allen Lowe’s most recent works. Lowe utilizes the form of the human body as a means to establish a personal dialogue with the viewer. His work reflects a response to classical technique using contemporary methodology. The narratives in his works reference history, philosophy, mythology, sexuality, and psychology. He appropriates part of works from other artists (usually old masters) and through juxtaposition and the use of contemporary painting techniques, reinterprets and exaggerates the artists’ original meaning.
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present “Interruption: Abstractionism in Color” Exhibition, comprised of a diverse group of abstract artists who specialize in various mediums and styles. Within you will find a survey of abstractions which encapsulate painting from the 1940’s to the present. Through this examination, we are able to discern the likenesses, differences, and influences between abstract artists of various times and places.
‘Blenheim Palace in New York’ is a continuation of the first exhibition held at Findlay Galleries Palm Beach Gallery in 2016, entitled ‘The Unfolding of a Vision’ which featured a collection of paintings capturing the essence and historical significance of what has become such an iconic symbol of English sensibilities.
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