Questroyal Fine Art

Questroyal Fine Art American art gallery specializing in paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Located on the Upper East Side, New York. For nearly three decades, Questroyal Fine Art, a family-owned-and-operated business, has remained dedicated to furthering the appreciation of American art.
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Our comprehensive inventory of over 500 19th- and 20th-century American paintings is the most diverse in the field. Though Questroyal has expanded and evolved over the years, we remain committed to our shared vision of an art gallery that is devoted to its clients, to maintaining an excellent inventory, and to an ethical business practice. Located on New York’s Upper East Side, our floor-through gallery offers visitors a unique viewing experience.

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Opening this weekend at the Butler Institute of American Art: “Ed Wheeler: Santa Classics.” The paintings by photographe...
12/12/2020
Santa Delivers Smiles to Classic Paintings in Butler Exhibition - Business Journal Daily | The Youngstown Publishing Company

Opening this weekend at the Butler Institute of American Art: “Ed Wheeler: Santa Classics.” The paintings by photographer-digital artist, Ed Wheeler, includes a Santa Claus, inserted into masterworks by Boticelli, Caravaggio, Degas, Monet, Manet, Rembrandt, Homer, Hopper, Vermeer and other greats.

https://businessjournaldaily.com/santa-delivers-smiles-to-classic-paintings-in-butler-exhibition/

YOUNGSTOWN – Winslow Homer’s “Snap the Whip” is the signature painting of the Butler Institute of American Art, and the […]

The first (dusting of) snow in NYC calls for a painting of NYC in the snow!  #winterinnyc #winter #snow #nyc #americanar...
12/09/2020

The first (dusting of) snow in NYC calls for a painting of NYC in the snow!

#winterinnyc #winter #snow #nyc #americanart #americanpainting

Edmund W. Greacen (1876–1949)
Union Square, New York, 1917
Oil on canvas
16⅛ x 20 1/16 inches
Signed and dated lower left: Edmund Greacen / – 1917 –

NOW ON VIEW in the Elizabeth de C. Wilson Museum at Southern Vermont Arts Center, "Out of the Vault: Selections from SVA...
12/09/2020
New exhibition of local work opens at Southern Vermont Arts Center

NOW ON VIEW in the Elizabeth de C. Wilson Museum at Southern Vermont Arts Center, "Out of the Vault: Selections from SVAC’s Collection." This exhibition features paintings by Reginald Marsh, Ogden Pleissner, Anna Mary Robertson Moses (Grandma Moses), and Guy Pene du Bois.

"Out of the Vault: Selections from SVAC’s Collection," opens in the in the

Inspired by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Frederick Carl Frieseke explored how light illuminated and defin...
12/09/2020

Inspired by French impressionist Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Frederick Carl Frieseke explored how light illuminated and defined figures and objects, by using thin, loose brushstrokes and a vibrant palette.

#newacquisitions #techniquetuesday #impressionism #americanart #americanpainting

Frederick Carl Frieseke (1874–1939)
Summer Afternoon, ca. 1908
Oil on canvas
25⅝ x 32 inches
Signed lower left: FC. Frieseke.

Celebrated for his visionary watercolors of the American landscape, Charles Burchfield’s simple compositions evoke a sen...
12/03/2020

Celebrated for his visionary watercolors of the American landscape, Charles Burchfield’s simple compositions evoke a sense of neutrality towards his subjects, allowing for a visual social commentary to emerge.

#newacquisitions #modernism #burchfield #nature #americanart #americanpainting

Charles Burchfield (1893–1967)
Drought Motifs, 1953
Crayon and charcoal on paper
8½ x 11⅜ inches
Monogrammed and dated lower right: CEB / 1953; on verso: RECENT / 1953 / 57 – DROUGHT MOTIFS / CONTE + CHARCOAL

"American Impressionism: Treasures from the Daywood Collection," a traveling exhibition of prominent art patrons, Arthur...
12/03/2020
'American Impressionism: Treasures from the Daywood Collection' Will Travel to Several Museums

"American Impressionism: Treasures from the Daywood Collection," a traveling exhibition of prominent art patrons, Arthur Dayton and Ruth Woods Dayton, showcases work by Childe Hassam, Edward Hopper, Andrew Wyeth, Winslow Homer and others. A must see!

Drawn from the collection of West Virginia's Huntington Museum of Art, the traveling exhibition American Impressionism: Treasures from the Daywood Collection features 41 elegant American paintings, originally from the private collection of Arthur Dayton and Ruth Woods Dayton. The Daytons (w...

Welcoming the first week of December the Questroyal way – with an iconic, NYC winter scene by the talented Guy C. Wiggin...
12/02/2020

Welcoming the first week of December the Questroyal way – with an iconic, NYC winter scene by the talented Guy C. Wiggins❄️

#winterishere #wiggins #snowscene #nycwinter #impressionism #americanart #americanpainting
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Guy C. Wiggins (1883–1962)
Columbus Circle, 1936
Oil on canvas
25⅛ x 30 1/16 inches
Signed lower left: Guy Wiggins.; on verso: Columbus Circle / Guy Wiggins NA / 1936

Today is #GivingTuesday and Questroyal is proud to support @caringkindnyc, The Heart of Alzheimer’s Caregiving. With you...
12/01/2020

Today is #GivingTuesday and Questroyal is proud to support @caringkindnyc, The Heart of Alzheimer’s Caregiving. With your help we can continue to provide the gold standard of compassionate care, expert counseling, and training and education for the Alzheimer’s community, free of charge. And 100% of your donation will serve people in need.

Click the link below to learn more about CaringKind’s important work and to make a donation.

#AlzheimersAwareness #caringkindnyc #givingtuesday #inthespiritofgiving #togetherwegive

https://give.caringkindnyc.org/give/240257/#!/donation/checkout

“Of all the objects that are found in the home, art engages us every day. It inspires conversation as well as quiet cont...
11/27/2020

“Of all the objects that are found in the home, art engages us every day. It inspires conversation as well as quiet contemplation… There is no other possession that will preserve and reflect the creativity and inspirations that you value.” – Owner, Louis Salerno

Click the link below to view our current virtual exhibition, ART LIVES WITH YOU.

#artliveswithyou #virtualexhibition #hudsonriverschool #impressionsm #modernism #americanart #americanpainting

Isaac Henry Caliga (1857–1934)
Woman in White Hat
Oil on canvas
20¾ x 18 5/16 inches
Signed lower right: I.H.Caliga

https://www.questroyalfineart.com/exhibition/art-lives-with-you-2/

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!The gallery will be closed for Thanksgiving and will reopen for normal hours...
11/25/2020

Happy Thanksgiving from our family to yours!

The gallery will be closed for Thanksgiving and will reopen for normal hours on Friday, November 28th.

Pictured: Addison Louise Salerno, 12 days old

“My idea of realism is not what you see, but it’s to create what there is…to find a way to express that essence of reali...
11/19/2020

“My idea of realism is not what you see, but it’s to create what there is…to find a way to express that essence of realism. You know, the thing that makes it real.” – Luigi Lucioni

Greatly influenced by the works of Italian masters, Lucioni developed a distinct style of “classic realism,” created through invisible brushstrokes and a concentration on the essential elements of each object.

From left to right: Dahlias and Apples, 1931, The Weathered Barn, 1947, Still Life, Blue and Gray, 1964 and Andante in Yellow and Green, 1975.

Mentally preparing for the winter is easier when you imagine yourself in this exquisite Dale Nichols painting. The clean...
11/18/2020

Mentally preparing for the winter is easier when you imagine yourself in this exquisite Dale Nichols painting.

The clean lines, the clear sense of light and dark, the wonderful sense of design and proportion are the most notable traits of Nichols’ work.

#modernism #newacquisitions #winteriscoming #americanart #americanpainting

Dale Nichols (1904–1995)
Winter on the Farm, 1961
Oil on canvas
23¼ x 31¼ inches
Signed lower left: DALE NICHOLS ∙ 1961

Brent, Charlotte and Natalie are excited to announce the arrival of baby #2, Addison Louise Salerno!The newest member of...
11/17/2020

Brent, Charlotte and Natalie are excited to announce the arrival of baby #2, Addison Louise Salerno!

The newest member of the Questroyal family was born at 11:07 pm on Friday, November 13th, weighing in at 8 pounds 4 ounces and measuring 21 ½ inches.

“Snowy but clean, cold but inviting, grand but intimate—Winter at 57th St and 5th Avenue is the New York City of our dre...
11/14/2020

“Snowy but clean, cold but inviting, grand but intimate—Winter at 57th St and 5th Avenue is the New York City of our dreams.”

Read more about our recent Guy C. Wiggins acquisition by A Scholarly Skater in our latest blog post. Link below!

Guy C. Wiggins (1883–1962)
Winter at 57th St and Fifth Avenue, 1948
Oil on canvas board
19 15/16 x 15⅞ inches
Signed lower right: GUY WIGGINS.; on verso: NOT To be Reproduced / Except by PERMISSION of the Artist. GW / WINTER AT 57th. St AND Fifth AVENUE / Guy Wiggins N.A. / 1948.

https://www.questroyalfineart.com/blogs/winter-at-57th-st-and-5th-avenue-guy-c-wiggins-and-his-vision-of-snow-covered-new-york/

Perfect painting title for the weather this week: Wet Leaves.#wetleaves #rainyweather #autumn #impressionism #americanar...
11/13/2020

Perfect painting title for the weather this week: Wet Leaves.

#wetleaves #rainyweather #autumn #impressionism #americanart #americanpainting

Victor Coleman Anderson (1882-1937)
Wet Leaves
Oil on canvas
25⅛ x 30 3/16 inches
Signed lower left: VICTOR C ANDERSON; titled and signed on stretcher bar: WET LEAVES / by V.C. ANDERSON

Our virtual exhibition, ART LIVES WITH YOU is live! Click the link below to the explore the exhibition until December 12...
11/12/2020
Art Lives With You

Our virtual exhibition, ART LIVES WITH YOU is live! Click the link below to the explore the exhibition until December 12th!

#artliveswithyou #virtualexhibition #hudsonriverschool #impressionism #modernism #buyart #americanart #americanpainting

Of all the objects that are found in the home, art engages us every day. It inspires conversation as well as quiet contemplation. Nothing is quite as satisfying as coming home to soft music, a favorite drink, and beautifully illuminated paintings. Great art may remain in your home all of your life a...

Renowned Pennsylvania Impressionist and founding member of the New Hope Art Colony, Daniel Garber earned critical praise...
11/11/2020

Renowned Pennsylvania Impressionist and founding member of the New Hope Art Colony, Daniel Garber earned critical praise for his paintings of quarries, rivers, forests and fields around the Delaware River Valley.

#impressionism #newacquisitions #newhopeschool #pennsylvania #americanart #americanart

Daniel Garber (1880–1958)
Old Benedict Place, 1911
Oil on canvas
13⅛ x 22⅛ inches
Signed and dated lower center: DANIEL GARBER _ 1911

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10/24/2020

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Did you know Levi Wells Prentice’s favorite still life subject was the apple? Prentice produced more than forty scenes o...
10/21/2020

Did you know Levi Wells Prentice’s favorite still life subject was the apple? Prentice produced more than forty scenes of the fruit in a myriad of ways: in bowls, in woven baskets, in metal pails, piled under a tree, and next to a ladder or a fence🍎🍏

Levi Wells Prentice (1851-1935)
Apples in a Basket
Oil on canvas
11⅞ x 18 inches
Signed center right: L.W. Prentice.

#nationalappleday #apples #stilllife #stilllifepainting #americanart #americapainting

We are excited to announce our participation in the 13th annual American Art Fair, online only from October 9-18, 2020 a...
10/09/2020

We are excited to announce our participation in the 13th annual American Art Fair, online only from October 9-18, 2020 and to present two NEW TO MARKET works.

#newacquisitions #americanartfair #americanart #americanpainting #onlineartfair #artfairny

Martin Johnson Heade (1819–1904)
Twilight in the Tropics, 1876
Oil on canvas
6½ x 13¾ inches
Initialed and dated lower left: MJH ‘76

Luigi Lucioni (1900–1988)
Dahlias and Apples, 1931
Oil on canvas
22⅛ x 18⅛ inches
Signed and dated lower left: L. Lucioni 31

Art is good for the soul.
10/08/2020
Visual art: Beauty that soothes the soul

Art is good for the soul.

SARATOGA SPRINGS. N.Y. — October is a gorgeous month. The lovely foliage at this time of year makes for a beautiful outdoor walk or a lovely car ride.

Happy first day of October! Grab a pumpkin spice latte or a mug of apple cider and immerse yourself in some of our favor...
10/01/2020

Happy first day of October! Grab a pumpkin spice latte or a mug of apple cider and immerse yourself in some of our favorite autumn landscape🍂🍁🍂

#octoberfirst #fall #autumn #landscapes #americanart #americanpainting

From left to right:
Jasper Francis Cropsey (1823-1900)
On the River

Thomas Cole (1801-1848)
Reclining Figure in a Mountain Landscape

Albert Bierstadt (1830-1902)
Autumn Landscape

Frederick J. Mulhaupt (1871-1938)
Autumn Landscape

Questroyal is excited to now offer virtual gallery visits—a chance to view paintings “live” from home. It is the next be...
09/29/2020
Virtual Gallery Visits

Questroyal is excited to now offer virtual gallery visits—a chance to view paintings “live” from home. It is the next best thing to being in the gallery. All you need is a device with video capability (smartphone, tablet, or computer) and a few minutes to chat with the Questroyal staff. Click the link below to schedule your virtual gallery visit today!
https://www.questroyalfineart.com/blogs/virtual-gallery-visits/

Questroyal is excited to now offer virtual gallery visits—a chance to view paintings “live” from home. It is the next best thing to being in the gallery. All you need is a device with video capability (smartphone, tablet, or computer) and a few minutes to chat with the Questroyal staff.

Here is a sneak peek of our upcoming virtual exhibition and sale, “The American Masters and Other Important Painters!” #...
09/25/2020

Here is a sneak peek of our upcoming virtual exhibition and sale, “The American Masters and Other Important Painters!”

#americanmasters #virtualexhibition #americanart #americanpainting

From left to right:

John Frederick Kensett (1816-1872)
New England Coastal Scene with Figures, 1864

Charles Burchfield (1893-1967)
Night in Gardenville. 1937

Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823-1880)
Windsor Castle at Sunrise

George Bellows (1882-1925)
Between Moon and Sun, 1913

Irving Ramsay Wiles (1861-1948)
On the Dock

Can you guess the artist’s name and/or title of this artwork? Hint: This artist was chief carpet designer for the Alexan...
09/23/2020

Can you guess the artist’s name and/or title of this artwork? Hint: This artist was chief carpet designer for the Alexander Smith and Sons Carpet Company in Yonkers, NY while simultaneously creating impressionistic paintings of semi-rural America.

#WhatIsItWednesday #impressionism #newhopeschool #industrial #maine #americanart #americanpainting

The Harvard Art Museum just launched a digital resources that showcases the stories and science behind some of history’s...
09/22/2020
Harvard Art Museums Launch Audio Tour Dedicated to the Famed Forbes Pigment Collection | Georgia O’Keeffe Museum and Harvard Art Museums Announce Joint Acquisition of Artist’s Pigments

The Harvard Art Museum just launched a digital resources that showcases the stories and science behind some of history’s most fascinating colors!

The Harvard Art Museums today launched A History of Color: An Audio Tour of the Forbes Pigment Collection, a digital resource that showcases the stories and science behind some of history’s most fascinating colors, all contained within one of the world’s largest collections of historical pigment...

Beginning October 1st through November 2nd, we will be holding a virtual exhibition and sale.“The American Masters and O...
09/18/2020

Beginning October 1st through November 2nd, we will be holding a virtual exhibition and sale.

“The American Masters and Other Important Painters,” will feature paintings by the most significant American painters, including Bierstadt, Blakelock, Burchfield, Church, Cole, Gifford, Hassam, Heade, Kensett, Luks, Marin, Moran, Richards, Sloan, Whittredge, and Wyeth, alongside other talents of the period.

#americanmasters #architecturaldigest
#virtualexhibition #buyart #americanart #americanpaintings

“And see the Sun himself ! on wingsOf glory up the East he springs.Angel of Light ! who from the timeThose heavens began...
09/16/2020

“And see the Sun himself ! on wings
Of glory up the East he springs.
Angel of Light ! who from the time
Those heavens began their march sublime,
Hath first of all the starry choir
Trod in his Maker's steps of fire.” – Thomas Moore, Lalla-Rookh, 1817

#newacquisitions #thomasmoran #hudsonriverschool #lallarookh #americanart #americanpainting


Thomas Moran (1837–1926)
A Scene from Lalla Rookh, 1891
Oil on canvas
14 3/16 x 20¼ inches Monogrammed and dated lower left: TMORAN. 1891

Check out Anna Sui’s Spring 2021 ready-to-wear collection, which is in part inspired by Charles Burchfield’s Depression-...
09/16/2020
Anna Sui Spring 2021 Ready-to-Wear Collection

Check out Anna Sui’s Spring 2021 ready-to-wear collection, which is in part inspired by Charles Burchfield’s Depression-era watercolors!

Anna Sui Spring 2021 Ready-to-Wear collection, runway looks, beauty, models, and reviews.

In 1911, The New York Times, cited Colin Campbell Cooper as the artist who best captured modern, towering structures on ...
09/15/2020

In 1911, The New York Times, cited Colin Campbell Cooper as the artist who best captured modern, towering structures on canvas and declared him to be "the skyscraper artist par excellence of America.”

#impressionism #newacquistions #architecture #skyscraper #newyorkcity #americanart #americanpainting

Colin Campbell Cooper (1856–1937)
Waldorf Astoria Hotel, 1908
Oil on board
11⅝ x 7 inches
Signed lower right: Colin Campbell Cooper; on verso: C. C. Cooper / W[illegible] 1908 / Waldorf Astoria NY; estate stamp on verso

The Smithsonian American Art Museum will be presenting a six-part online lecture series where historians of art and scie...
09/15/2020
Explore One Man's Profound Impact On American Art, Culture and Nature Preservation With This Smithsonian Lecture Series

The Smithsonian American Art Museum will be presenting a six-part online lecture series where historians of art and science and contemporary artists discuss how Alexander von Humboldt’s “observations and ideas from 200 years ago resonate with even greater relevance today in our current climate crisis.”

The Smithsonian American Art Museum will present a six-part online lecture series that examines the profound impact of Alexander von Humboldt, a renowned Prussian naturalist and explorer and one of the most influential figures of the 19th century. Talks by historians of art and science and conte...

To look at Frederick Judd Waugh’s Moonlight on the wall is to be instantly transported to the coast and hear the waves l...
09/10/2020

To look at Frederick Judd Waugh’s Moonlight on the wall is to be instantly transported to the coast and hear the waves lapping against the shore.

#seascape #moonlight #americanart #americanpainting

Frederick Judd Waugh (1861–1940)
Moonlight, 1893
Oil on canvas
25¾ x 48¾ inches
Signed and dated lower right: • FREDERICK • JUDD • WAUGH 1893.

Can you guess the artist’s name and/or title of this artwork? Hint: This second-generation Hudson River School painter w...
09/09/2020

Can you guess the artist’s name and/or title of this artwork? Hint: This second-generation Hudson River School painter was known for his idyllic pastoral scenes that frequently included cattle and domestic animals. His older brother and younger sister were important Hudson River School artists as well.

#WhatisitWednesday #animals #forest #hudsonriverschool #americanart #americanpainting

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903 Park Ave, Fl Third
New York, NY
10075-0338

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Monday 10:00 - 18:00
Tuesday 10:00 - 18:00
Wednesday 10:00 - 18:00
Thursday 10:00 - 18:00
Friday 10:00 - 18:00
Saturday 10:00 - 17:00

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(212) 744-3586

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Questroyal Fine Art is an established New York art gallery that specializes in important nineteenth- and twentieth-century American paintings. Gallery owner Louis M. Salerno is an avid American art collector. He believes that the commitment of capital is the true measure of conviction; therefore, Questroyal only sells what it owns. He understands what it means to make serious financial commitments, to doubt one's own judgment, and to deal with the pressures of salesmanship. The Questroyal staff is supportive and understanding. You can expect patience and transparency with an equal emphasis placed on the positives, as well as the negatives, of each potential acquisition. In the end, what matters most and what helps us grow our business is earning your trust—something worth far more than any individual sale. This concept has been and will always be our highest priority.


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If you need another chance to see, "Georgia O'Keeffe: Living Modern," now is your chance! This groundbreaking exhibition has traveled to the The Cleveland Museum of Art, where it will be on view through March 3, 2019. For more information, visit: http://www.clevelandart.org/exhibitions/georgia-o%E2%80%99keeffe-living-modern #ICYMI #AmericanArt
Celebrate #ReadABookDay with Hudson Talbott's, "Picturing America: Thomas Cole And The Birth Of American Art," the first children's book on Hudson River School founder and America’s premier landscape painter, Thomas Cole! Penguin Random House #AmericanArt #AmericanPainting
NEW FROM THE QUESTROYAL FINE ART
I had a opportunity to visit the gallery and see the Hudson river art.While i have been in a few art places ,i would like to say this was a wonderful experience.The work was great and speaking to the wonderful staff made the experience better. Thank you to the great staff
Here are the photos I took of the current exhibition as well as some other paintings which caught my eye. Very welcoming art gallery, so don't be afraid to visit!
Your ad (in The New Yorker) about the show on American landscapes contains a serious mistake. The snow covered peak in the Bierstadt painting you feature is, without any doubt whatsoever, the Eiger, as seen from Grindelwald. Last I heard, the Bernese Alps were still considered Swiss Landscapes.
A selection of 19th c American paintings at the Addison Gallery of American Art
“Lewis Dube has a unique sense of abstract visual language . .” Kathy Battista – Sothebey’s Institute of Art “Great work…really gets your spatial sense working. – AFA Gallery Images upon request.