Current Exhibitions

Palm Beach

Frank Lobdell

Beyond Words

Findlay Galleries is proud to introduce the exclusive representation of the estate of the Bay Area’s renowned abstract expressionist, Frank Lobdell. Frank Lobdell: Beyond Words is a comprehensive exhibition and overview of Frank Lobdell’s paintings, drawings, prints and sketchbooks from his long career as an artist and teacher from the San Francisco Bay area. A seminal figure in the development of the West Coast abstract expressionist painting movement, Lobdell was a pioneer of the American Abstract movement of the 1950s.

Light & Figure

Post War Spanish Luminists Lluis Ribas & Beltrán Bofill

Findlay Galleries is proud to present to you this beautiful selection of works by Lluis Ribas and Beltrán Bofill. Known as Spanish luminists, Ribas and Bofill, have mastered the art of capturing light in their work.

Gaston Sébire

Floral Arrangements

Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the floral works of Gaston Sébire. A talented, independent, and productive painter, Sébire is recognized today as one of the premier post-impressionists from the famed l’École de Rouen and a master of plein air painting. Sébire’s eloquent paintings revolve around the song of the earth, the beautiful landscapes, seascapes, and villages where life is imbued with blue skies, light winds, colorful regattas, and afternoons in the garden or by the seashore.

Asian Artists


Asian Contemporary Art

Asian Art has a broad history that dates beyond the Bronze Age.  Throughout time many social and political influences have made an impact on what we see in Contemporary Asian Art.  What we know as Asian Modern Art emerged during the 1860s through the mid 20th century, evolving into the contemporary art practices seen today.  This movement exhibits the traditional practices of Asian Art while reacting to the changing times giving each artist the ability to express their personal beliefs.

New York

Henrik Simonsen


Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the most recent work of Danish Contemporary Artist Henrik Simonsen.

Charles Neal

Assembly of Time

Benefiting The Royal Oak Foundation Americans in Alliance with the National Trust of England, Wales and Northern Ireland

The intention of the collection is to portray the amazing diversity of properties that exist in terms of historical importance. The layout of the gardens, estates and their designs as well as the aesthetic values all make each place its own individual ambiance.

This exhibition being held in New York at Findlay Galleries is the first of its kind connecting with the Royal Oak Foundation and the National Trust and being represented in this format in America. The objective has been to effectively transport, by a material means, the essence of the National Trust – a much respected and loved national institution and what it stands for; to an American audience, and particularly to the Royal Oak Foundation membership who collectively, over decades, have supported, saved, and preserved the British heritage stock.

Ronnie Landfield

50th Anniversary Exhibition

Findlay Galleries is pleased announce Ronnie Landfield’s 50th Anniversary Exhibition.

In 1969, Lyrical Abstractionist Ronnie Landfield mounted his first solo exhibition at The David Whitney Gallery in SoHo.  Findlay Galleries, Landfield’s exclusive representative since 2016, is pleased to celebrate this anniversary with a collection of recent work and never exhibited monumental works from throughout his career.

Mia Fonssagrives Solow


Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the latest work from the internationally renowned sculptor, Mia Fonssagrives Solow:  Robots/Femmebots.

Cast in polished bronze and aluminum, Solow’s otherworldly works explore the nature of artificial intelligence.

Isabelle de Ganay

Printemps Exhibition

Isabelle de Ganay was born in Rouen in 1960. There she discovered the magic of the Normandy landscape that inspired the great names in Impressionism – Monet, Renoir and Sisley.

Art and nature very quickly occupied a predominant place in the life of young Isabelle, and when she was only 15 years old she was accepted to the famous Beaux-Arts in Rouen.

In 1976, Isabelle met Albert Malet, the last Impressionist painter of the School of Rouen. Malet had been a student of Robert Antoine Pinchon and he would become Isabelle’s mentor for the next ten years. Malet, who had always been aware of her gift as an artist, designated Isabelle as his successor. Upon his death in 1986, Isabelle assumed his position as Maïtre de l’École de Rouen.

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