Findlay Galleries exhibits the most recent works of Ronnie Landfield

Ronnie Landfield | Path of Freedom | acrylic on canvas | 60 x 62 in.
Findlay Galleries

NEW YORK, August 19, 2022/ — Findlay Galleries is pleased to announce an exhibition of recent works by lyrical abstraction Ronnie Landfield at Findlay Galleries, New York on Thursday, September 8, 2022. This exhibition of new works from 2021 and 2022 celebrates the fact that Landfield has recently received the Hamptons Fine Art Fair Lifetime Achievement in Painting Award, honoring his contributions and dedication to American abstraction since the 1960s.

A staple of the New York art world since the 1960s, Landfield’s commitment to art, especially lyrical and colorimetric abstraction, is unwavering. In addition to pursuing his own work, he tirelessly mentored and promoted young artists, including through his continued work as a teacher at the Art Students League.

Ronnie Landfield | Across the Channel | acrylic on canvas | 38 x 48 in.
Findlay Galleries

Landfield’s works are in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Museum of Modern Art, Whitney Museum of American Art, Art Institute of Chicago, National Gallery, Seattle Museum of Art, Norton Simon Museum, the Walker Art Center, among many others.

About Findlay Galleries

Findlay Galleries is an iconic 152-year-old family art business founded in 1870. The gallery, specializing in Impressionism, European Modernism, Ecole de Rouen, Ecole de Paris and 20th Century American art, represents over 100 artists and artist estates.

Called Wally Findlay Galleries since 1965, the company was acquired in 1998 by James R. Borynack. A longtime Findlay executive, Borynack has been committed to the relentless pursuit of genuine European period works and contemporary artists. In 2016 Borynack also acquired 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 international and American period and contemporary works.

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