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    Leonard Edmondson - Signs & Symbols - Palm Beach

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    Mary Sipp Green - The Mystical Now

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

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    Henri Maik - Magical Safari Exhibition

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    Ronnie Landfield - Concurrence

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    Jean Dufy & Gen Paul - 20th Century Maasters

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    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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    Tadashi Asoma - 2020 Retrospective

    Findlay Galleries is proud to present a retrospective exhibition from Japanese-American artist Tadashi Asoma. Asoma depicts rare moments in nature and figures in repose illuminated with sudden bursts of pure, brilliant color using a delicate touch and tone. His adaptive style never strays from his unique identity. His early work is bold, vibrant, and hard-edged, and his later works, fluid and serene, reflecting the powerful moments in nature.

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    Gilles Gorriti & Paul Aïzpiri - Modern Disciples

    Findlay Galleries is proud to feature Paul Aïzpiri and Gilles Gorriti, father and son, in a joint exhibition at Findlay’s iconic Worth Avenue gallery in Palm Beach. Both Aïzpiri and Gorriti are renowned globally, with careers spanning over 120 years combined. Their works have the use of vivid color and moving patterns and are rich in emotion, yet each artist’s flavor and style is distinctive and authentic. Gorriti reveals beauty in our ordinary surroundings or in a moment by the Mediterranean sea and encourages the viewer to question and explore his modern technique. Aïzpiri paints his joy and satisfaction in life by depicting figures, marinas, and the vibrant architecture of his beloved environs in bold color with unique brushwork.

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    Noah Landfield

    Inspired by his visits to Japan and his reaction to the compact urban environment of Tokyo and other cities, Landfield's work reflects the often volatile nature of metropolitan life. This reflection of volatility, seen particularly in the abstract foundational cloudbursts which fill his canvases, also derives from his longtime fascination with volcanic activity.

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    American Abstractionists

    Findlay Galleries is pleased to present a curated selection of abstract works from our esteemed collection of American Abstractionists represented by our galleries in Palm Beach and New York. This roster of American Abstractionists has expanded impressively in recent years as we have proven our success in this market. This survey exhibition features artists from the early 20th Century Modern Abstractionists to the current Contemporary Abstractionists of today. A group, collective and unified, yet diverse in style and medium. This collection enables the viewer and collector to discern the likeness, differences, and influences between abstract artists of various times and places. The exhibition includes Simeon Braguin, Byron Browne, John Ferren, Ward Jackson, Ronnie Landfield, Frank Lobdell, Leonard Nelson, and Jack Wright.

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    The Art of Trust Virtual Auction Preview: Supporting Children's Bereavement Services for Trustbridge Hospice Foundation

    10 Jan 2021 – 19 Jan 2021

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    Gaston Sébire - The Normande Impressionist Master

    Findlay Galleries presents "The Normande Impressionist Master," an exhibition of paintings from Gaston Sébire, celebrating the Artist's 100th Anniversary.

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    Priscilla Heine - Recent Works 2020

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    Constantin Kluge - The Pictorial Poetry of Paris

    Findlay Galleries proudly presents "The Pictorial Poetry of Paris" an exhibition by Post-Impressionist artist Constantin Kluge.

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    Beltrán Bofill- Mediterranean Figures

    Findlay Galleries is proud to present an exhibition of Mediterranean Figurative oil paintings and serigraphs from acclaimed Spanish post-war Luminist, Beltrán Bofill. His paintings have an indescribable quality found in only dreams and memories. His works are vessels of time as they graciously allow the viewer to be fully immersed in the unique beauty of his vision. Explore the virtual viewing room

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    The Summer Survey

    Findlay Galleries proudly presents an exhibition of contemporary artists displaying a wide breadth of formats, mediums, and styles. From Mary Sipp Green’s serene and vibrant landscapes to Ronnie Landfield’s expressive color field abstractions; this carefully selected and diverse group is sure to include the perfect work of art for your collection.

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    Multiples and Master Prints

    Findlay Galleries is proud to present a collection of multiples and master prints from our modern masters and contemporary artists using various techniques such as lithographs, linocuts, and aquatints. This collection celebrates a select few of Findlay’s acclaimed artists; Tadashi Asoma, Alexander Calder, Marc Chagall, Noe Canjura, Salvador Dali, Robert Indiana, Lee Krasner, Joan Miró, Henri Matisse, Henri Maik, Pablo Picasso, Lê Phổ, James Rosenquist, Gaston Sébire, and Frank Stella.

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    Isabelle de Ganay - Le maître impressionniste

    Findlay Galleries proudly presents an exhibition of outstanding works from Isabelle de Ganay. She is undoubtedly one of the truest disciples of en plein air. She was born in Rouen in 1960 and studied at some of the most renowned schools in France such as L’École des Beaux-Arts in Paris. When Isabelle creates one of her masterpieces, she fully immerses her senses within the moment and time of the painting. She embraces the fluctuations in the surrounding atmosphere and transfers the feeling of that present moment, in it’s truest form, to a brushstroke on the canvas before her. A canvas from Isabelle is vibrating with warm, thrilling colors and brushstrokes that feel like they are constantly in motion. With all artistic elements considered, a viewer is left with a rich and enchanting painting, an underlying lucidity, displaying the most intriguing environs.

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    Nicola Simbari

    Findlay Galleries is proud to present a collection of paintings and etchings by renowned Italian palette knife master, Nicola Simbari. Nicola 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.

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    Thomas Rouxeville

    Throughout his works, Thomas tries to symbolize our society: the fauna, flora, minerals and human activity, mixing representations of a precarious balance. His aim is to mirror the instability of our current world, where men have disrupted the delicate harmony of Nature. For a moment everything stands still, and he reminds us that everything in this world is interconnected. If one thing falters - the rest will collapse in its wake. When viewing a Rouxeville painting we are asked to assemble precise narratives using highly realistic elements in conjunction with flowing and overlapping abstractions. Rouxeville also dabbles formalism, including elements that seem to jump from the graphic design world into his carefully crafted paintings.

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    Lluis Ribas – Moments

    Findlay Galleries is pleased to present the works of Lluis Ribas, a master Luministas of contemporary Spanish art. His profound knowledge of the secrets of light, shade, and opaqueness are present throughout his work. Ribas also beautifully captures the most unique and tender moments when painting his subjects, creating depth, mystery, and emotion.

    latest works

    • Michael VOLLBRACHT

      White Iris
      60 x 72 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Fernand Léger

      Fleur sur un Fond Jaune et Orange
      15 x 22 inch (h x w)
      serigraph on paper
    • Gaston Sébire

      Tulipes et jonquilles
      57.5 x 35.1 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Gilles Gorriti

      Les deux eventails
      31.9 x 39.4 inch (h x w)
      Mixed Media on Canvas
    • Henri MATISSE

      Au Coin D'Une Rue, 128/250
      14.9 x 11.1 inch (h x w)
      Lithograph on paper
    • Peter von ARTENS

      Peras y Remolinos
      29 x 31.8 inch (h x w)
      giclee on paper
    • Marcel VERTES

      Lautrec sortant du Moulin Rouge
      26 x 31 inch (h x w)
      Gouache
    • Bernard de CLAVIERE

      Dum spiro spero
      38.3 x 51.1 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Robert Indiana

      The American Four, 141/200
      23.8 x 23.8 inch (h x w)
      screenprint
    • Bernard de CLAVIERE

      Hoc majorum virtus
      38.3 x 51.1 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Paul GUIRAMAND

      La funambule
      76.8 x 51.2 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Frank Stella

      Sinjerli Variation, 1a
      32 x 42.5 inch (h x w)
      offset lithograph & screenprint in colors on Arches paper
    • Constantin Kluge

      L'Ile Saint Louis
      28.8 x 39.4 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Lowell Blair NESBITT

      Black Tulip
      34 x 30 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Vicente VIUDES

      Window Lattice
      18.3 x 28.5 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Leopold MULLER

      Le jardin de la maison de campagne en Belgique
      21.3 x 27.2 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • James Edwin McBURNEY

      Mountain Vista
      25.1 x 72 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Curt FRANKENSTEIN

      Mirage and Image
      40 x 30 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Robert Motherwell

      Africa 7, 146/150
      40 x 28.3 inch (h x w)
      serigraph on paper
    • Fernand Léger

      La Marchande d'oiseaux, 21/180
      19.6 x 26 inch (h x w)
      color lithograph on Arches paper
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