Findlay Galleries Celebrates 153 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.
Belynda Henry, the newest addition to Findlay Galleries’ stable of contemporary artists is a highly acclaimed landscape painter, having been a multiple finalist for the Wynne and Archibald prizes. She draws inspiration from the Australian landscape, which is evident in her beautiful and notable paintings. Henry lives and works in New South Wales, at the end of a long, lush valley, where she is constantly exposed to nature’s beauty and textures, and this is reflected in her art.
Findlay Galleries is pleased to present The Spirit of Belvoir by contemporary British Impressionist Charles Neal at Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach. This exhibition of commissioned paintings reveals the profound beauty of Belvoir’s gardens and the long history embedded in the Castle’s regal interiors. Charles Neal once again impresses with his ability to synthesize history and nature.
This exhibition explores Braguin’s refreshing use of color and the strength of his compositions. He aimed for simplicity in design, allowing color to take center stage… He drew his inspiration from a deep personal well of experience and was aided in his pursuit of harmony by the beautiful environs of the Connecticut River near Essex Harbor.
Findlay Galleries presents Environs de Paris an exhibition of new paintings and etchings by the Maître de l’École de Rouen, Isabelle de Ganay.
Like the previous master painters of Rouen such as Camille Pissarro and Albert Malet, de Ganay is a passionate disciple of plein air painting. The plein air practice created and championed by the Schools of Rouen and Normandy allows Isabelle to fully sense changes in the atmosphere and light, and thus, translating to canvas the ephemeral nature of the landscape…
Findlay Galleries is proud to present a collection of paintings and etchings by renowned Italian palette knife master, Nicola Simbari.
Simbari is a phenomenon in the world of modern art. For more than fifty years, he soared from one artistic period to another. Always succeeding brilliantly, he redefined the magic of color and form. Along the way, he took on his subjects as a panorama of everyday life. Sensuality becomes an overriding theme for Simbari, causing beauty and romance to reign supreme.
Included in the exhibition is a complete set of Raoul (and an uncredited Jean) Dufy’s 10 panel lithograph based on their monumental La Fee Electricité executed for the 1937 World Exposition. The work is a tribute to at least 100 of the great historical scientists and thinkers that ultimately led to the technological advancements of the early 20th Century.
Asoma lived in a world open to his keen powers of observation. His ideas regarding the purity and vibrancy of color showcased his understanding of the Fauves, while his use of pattern and geometric elements was a direct exploration of the School of Paris Modernist ideals. Asoma’s oeuvre covered a wide range of themes, such as his landscape vistas of the Hudson River…
Findlay Galleries presents an exhibition of new works from the Danish contemporary artist Henrik Simonsen. In this new body of work, Simonsen continues his exploration of time, memory, and the human experience as conveyed through his exploration of highly detailed and often vividly colored plants and trees.