Masters of the High Seas opens at Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach.

  • WEST PALM BEACH, Florida
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  • August 30, 2021

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Franklin Stanwood | The emigrant ship, England Farewell | oil on canvas | 38 3/4 x 64 3/4 in. | FG© 134841
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Stephen J. RENARD | Westward slightly leading Cicely off Norris Castle in the Solent. Meteor IV is trailing behind, 1910 | oil on canvas | 29 7/8 x 39 3/4 in. | FG© 134632
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John Bentham Dinsdale | Under the Red Cross | oil on canvas | 40 x 30 in. | FG© 128757
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Findlay Galleries is proud to present a refined selection of maritime paintings from various artists depicting clipper ships, naval frigates, harbor craft, and the glamorous world of American yachting. The Exhibition will be held at Findlay Galleries Palm Beach, opening on Saturday, September 11th continuing through October.  

Findlay Galleries’ extensive maritime collection extends from 19th Century traditional to contemporary paintings by artists such as Antonio Jacobsen, Franklin Stanwood, Antonio de Simone, George Nemethy and Stephen J. Renard. For anyone who has ever sailed, visited seaports, or viewed the vessels at sea from a beach, the works showcased in this exhibition will immediately evoke that sense of majesty that ships on water command. 

For more information about this upcoming exhibition or to schedule a visit, please contact Findlay Galleries, Palm Beach.

Contact:
Juan Pretel
Findlay Galleries
5616552090
juan@findlayart.com

Findlay Galleries
165 Worth Avenue
Palm Beach, Florida
palmbeach@findlayart.com
5616552090
http://www.findlaygalleries.com
About Findlay Galleries

Celebrating 150 years in business, Findlay Galleries is an iconic family art business founded in 1870. Specializing in Impressionism, European Modernism, l'Ecole de Rouen, L'Ecole de Paris, and 20th Century American Art, the gallery represents over 100 artists and artist estates. Named Wally Findlay Galleries since 1965, the business was acquired in 1998 by James R. Borynack. A longtime Findlay executive, Borynack was committed to the relentless pursuit of veritable European period works and contemporary artists. In 2016 Borynack also acquired the David Findlay Jr. Gallery and merged the two. Since then, the gallery has operated under its original name from 1870, Findlay Galleries, and has continued to offer a strong collection of both period works and contemporary art, both European and American.


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