Questroyal Fine Art

Questroyal Fine Art American art gallery specializing in paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries. Located on the Upp 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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Summer came early!☀️🖼 Our 12th Summer Special Sale has begun and will run through September 3rd. Click the link below to...
06/03/2021

Summer came early!☀️🖼

Our 12th Summer Special Sale has begun and will run through September 3rd. Click the link below to check out over 150 paintings by historically important American artists, discounted up 50%!

www.questroyalfineart.com/special

Summer came early!☀️🖼

Our 12th Summer Special Sale has begun and will run through September 3rd. Click the link below to check out over 150 paintings by historically important American artists, discounted up 50%!

www.questroyalfineart.com/special

Its officially June and as things begin to open back up, wanderlust is in the air! Where are you hoping to visit this su...
06/01/2021

Its officially June and as things begin to open back up, wanderlust is in the air! Where are you hoping to visit this summer? 🌎✈️

Hayley Lever (1876-1958)
Hyde Park, London

Sanford Robinson Gifford (1823-1880)
Mount Etna from Catania, 1868

Colin Campbell Cooper (1856-1937)
Chateau, Clisson, France

We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend! We will be closed tomorrow and Monday, May 31st and will reop...
05/28/2021

We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend! We will be closed tomorrow and Monday, May 31st and will reopen on Tuesday, June 1st for regular hours.

Shown here is ‘At the Beach’ by Jane Peterson. Link below for more information and to inquire about this work!

https://www.questroyalfineart.com/at-the-beach/

We hope everyone has a safe and enjoyable holiday weekend! We will be closed tomorrow and Monday, May 31st and will reopen on Tuesday, June 1st for regular hours.

Shown here is ‘At the Beach’ by Jane Peterson. Link below for more information and to inquire about this work!

https://www.questroyalfineart.com/at-the-beach/

On view now through September 12th: “Seeing Differently: The Phillips Collects for a New Century.” In celebrating their ...
05/26/2021
Phillips marks its centennial by looking ahead to the next century | Washington Diplomat

On view now through September 12th: “Seeing Differently: The Phillips Collects for a New Century.” In celebrating their centennial, The Phillips Collection showcases 200 pieces, defined by four separate themes — identity, history, place and the senses. Visitors will be able to view works by Georgia O’Keeffe to Van Gogh, and many more.

The Phillips Collection may have hit the grand old age of 100, but its spectacular celebratory exhibition isn’t stuck in the past. Even as the show reflects on the museum’s own history, “Seeing Differently: The Phillips Collects for a New Century” is grappling with the future.

Did you know that in addition to painting, Will H. Low crafted stained-glass windows, demonstrating his talent in compos...
05/25/2021

Did you know that in addition to painting, Will H. Low crafted stained-glass windows, demonstrating his talent in composition and design?

His cheery painting is currently available and featured in our current exhibition!

Will H. Low (1853–1932)
Montigny-sur-Loing, 1876
Oil on canvas
21¾ x 18⅛ inches
Dated, signed, and inscribed lower left: 1876 Will. • H • Low Montigny sur Loing

Did you know that in addition to painting, Will H. Low crafted stained-glass windows, demonstrating his talent in composition and design?

His cheery painting is currently available and featured in our current exhibition!

Will H. Low (1853–1932)
Montigny-sur-Loing, 1876
Oil on canvas
21¾ x 18⅛ inches
Dated, signed, and inscribed lower left: 1876 Will. • H • Low Montigny sur Loing

The iconic Brooklyn Bridge opened on this day in 1883! Pictured here is Johann Berthelsen’s “Winter Brooklyn Bridge.” Be...
05/24/2021

The iconic Brooklyn Bridge opened on this day in 1883! Pictured here is Johann Berthelsen’s “Winter Brooklyn Bridge.” Berthelsen was a celebrated American impressionist known for his poetic renditions of New York City🌁

Johann Berthelsen (1883–1972)
Winter Brooklyn Bridge
Oil on canvas
25 1/16 x 30 inches
Signed lower right: Johann Berthelsen

The iconic Brooklyn Bridge opened on this day in 1883! Pictured here is Johann Berthelsen’s “Winter Brooklyn Bridge.” Berthelsen was a celebrated American impressionist known for his poetic renditions of New York City🌁

Johann Berthelsen (1883–1972)
Winter Brooklyn Bridge
Oil on canvas
25 1/16 x 30 inches
Signed lower right: Johann Berthelsen

How the hot noon sun pours down on the glaring crimson roses.A heat withered leaf falling in a sun-hazed forest – Entry ...
05/22/2021

How the hot noon sun pours down on the glaring crimson roses.

A heat withered leaf falling in a sun-hazed forest – Entry from Charles Burchfield’s journal, July 6, 1916

Burchfield’s words certainly ring true on this hot Saturday afternoon.

Charles Burchfield (1893–1967)
Mid-Afternoon, 1916
Watercolor and pencil on paper
13⅝ x 19½ inches
Signed and dated lower left: Charles Burchfield / 1916

How the hot noon sun pours down on the glaring crimson roses.

A heat withered leaf falling in a sun-hazed forest – Entry from Charles Burchfield’s journal, July 6, 1916

Burchfield’s words certainly ring true on this hot Saturday afternoon.

Charles Burchfield (1893–1967)
Mid-Afternoon, 1916
Watercolor and pencil on paper
13⅝ x 19½ inches
Signed and dated lower left: Charles Burchfield / 1916

I always feel like somebody’s watching me....(pictured: Milton Avery’s “Artist at Work”)
05/21/2021

I always feel like somebody’s watching me....

(pictured: Milton Avery’s “Artist at Work”)

I always feel like somebody’s watching me....

(pictured: Milton Avery’s “Artist at Work”)

Have you checked out our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal? Explore our selection of works, infused with...
05/20/2021

Have you checked out our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal? Explore our selection of works, infused with inherent optimism, either in person or online!

Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837–1908)
Afternoon by the Ocean
Oil on canvas
15⅛ x 33 5/16 inches
Monogrammed lower left: ATBricher

Have you checked out our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal? Explore our selection of works, infused with inherent optimism, either in person or online!

Alfred Thompson Bricher (1837–1908)
Afternoon by the Ocean
Oil on canvas
15⅛ x 33 5/16 inches
Monogrammed lower left: ATBricher

In addition to Aiden Lassell Ripley’s personal enjoyment of hunting, it was Frank Benson's enthusiasm for wildlife and h...
05/19/2021

In addition to Aiden Lassell Ripley’s personal enjoyment of hunting, it was Frank Benson's enthusiasm for wildlife and hunting subjects that had a great influence on Ripley’s art. Ripley’s talent in plein-air techniques and connection to his subject matter led him to become one of the masters of sporting art in America.

This work is currently available and featured in our exhibition, Hope Springs Eternal!

A. Lassell Ripley (1896–1969)
A Wild Grouse
Watercolor on paper
18¾ x 28½ inches (sight size)
Signed lower right: A. Lassell Ripley ©

In addition to Aiden Lassell Ripley’s personal enjoyment of hunting, it was Frank Benson's enthusiasm for wildlife and hunting subjects that had a great influence on Ripley’s art. Ripley’s talent in plein-air techniques and connection to his subject matter led him to become one of the masters of sporting art in America.

This work is currently available and featured in our exhibition, Hope Springs Eternal!

A. Lassell Ripley (1896–1969)
A Wild Grouse
Watercolor on paper
18¾ x 28½ inches (sight size)
Signed lower right: A. Lassell Ripley ©

Come by the gallery today or tomorrow from 10am-6pm to kick off American Art Week and explore our current exhibition and...
05/15/2021

Come by the gallery today or tomorrow from 10am-6pm to kick off American Art Week and explore our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal! Appointments appreciated.

Come by the gallery today or tomorrow from 10am-6pm to kick off American Art Week and explore our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal! Appointments appreciated.

American Art Week opens online and in galleries tomorrow through May 22nd! We will be open for an open house this Saturd...
05/14/2021

American Art Week opens online and in galleries tomorrow through May 22nd!

We will be open for an open house this Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 6pm. Appointments appreciated.

This work by Thomas Hart Benton will be featured along with our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal.

Thomas Hart Benton (1889–1975)
Night Encounter of Two Trains, 1967
Ink and tempera on paper
15¼ x 23½ inches (sight size)
Signed and dated lower right: Benton ’67.

American Art Week opens online and in galleries tomorrow through May 22nd!

We will be open for an open house this Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 6pm. Appointments appreciated.

This work by Thomas Hart Benton will be featured along with our current exhibition and sale, Hope Springs Eternal.

Thomas Hart Benton (1889–1975)
Night Encounter of Two Trains, 1967
Ink and tempera on paper
15¼ x 23½ inches (sight size)
Signed and dated lower right: Benton ’67.

New artist alert!  Questroyal’s assistant director Nina Sangimino and her talented daughter Giuliana unveil her latest d...
05/13/2021

New artist alert! Questroyal’s assistant director Nina Sangimino and her talented daughter Giuliana unveil her latest drawing, inspired by her day at the gallery and Edward Wilbur Dean Hamilton’s painting Grez, France!

Hope Springs Eternal is on view now in person and virtually!#hopespringseternal #QRexhibition #sale #buyart #spring #ame...
05/11/2021

Hope Springs Eternal is on view now in person and virtually!

#hopespringseternal #QRexhibition #sale #buyart #spring #americanart #americanartgallery #americanpaintings

Hope Springs Eternal is on view now in person and virtually!

#hopespringseternal #QRexhibition #sale #buyart #spring #americanart #americanartgallery #americanpaintings

While studying in Paris at the Académie Julian in 1908, Leon Kroll was exposed to several European artists who influence...
05/07/2021

While studying in Paris at the Académie Julian in 1908, Leon Kroll was exposed to several European artists who influenced his style exponentially, including the color planes of Cézanne, and the brilliant hues of other prominent French impressionists Renoir, Monet, and Pissarro.

This work is currently available and featured in our exhibition Hope Springs Eternal!

Leon Kroll (1884–1974)
Along the River (Mystic River), 1921
Oil on canvas
15⅛ x 18⅛ inches
Signed and dated lower right: Leon Kroll 1921; on stretcher bar: Mystic River / Leon Kroll

While studying in Paris at the Académie Julian in 1908, Leon Kroll was exposed to several European artists who influenced his style exponentially, including the color planes of Cézanne, and the brilliant hues of other prominent French impressionists Renoir, Monet, and Pissarro.

This work is currently available and featured in our exhibition Hope Springs Eternal!

Leon Kroll (1884–1974)
Along the River (Mystic River), 1921
Oil on canvas
15⅛ x 18⅛ inches
Signed and dated lower right: Leon Kroll 1921; on stretcher bar: Mystic River / Leon Kroll

ON VIEW NOW in person and virtually through May 28th, Hope Springs Eternal! We have searched for those works infused wit...
05/06/2021

ON VIEW NOW in person and virtually through May 28th, Hope Springs Eternal!

We have searched for those works infused with this inherent optimism, so that in this brightest spring, as we rise above this pandemic, we may look upon the creations of our distinguished artists to rekindle our own spirit.

Detail of Louis Ritman (1889–1963)
Nymph in a Boat

ON VIEW NOW in person and virtually through May 28th, Hope Springs Eternal!

We have searched for those works infused with this inherent optimism, so that in this brightest spring, as we rise above this pandemic, we may look upon the creations of our distinguished artists to rekindle our own spirit.

Detail of Louis Ritman (1889–1963)
Nymph in a Boat

OPENING TOMORROW.........#hopespringseternal #QRexhibition #sale #buyart #spring #americanart #americanartgallery #ameri...
05/05/2021

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One of the first Americans to embrace the bold palette of Fauvism and the abstracted forms of early Cubism was Alfred H....
05/04/2021

One of the first Americans to embrace the bold palette of Fauvism and the abstracted forms of early Cubism was Alfred H. Maurer. Maurer studied in Paris for 17 years and returned to New York with his belief that art had to convey a sense of experience, not just an observed subject.


Alfred H. Maurer (1868–1932)
Landscape with Green Tree
Oil on board
18½ x 22¼ inches

Still Life with Fish
Oil and gold leaf on board
11 1/16 x 13⅝ inches
Signed lower right: A.H. Maurer

Floral Still Life with Calla Lily
Oil on board
21⅝ x 18 inches
Signed upper left: AH Maurer

Have you checked out our virtual booth The Philadelphia Show ? There is only ONE more day to explore our selections for ...
04/29/2021

Have you checked out our virtual booth The Philadelphia Show ? There is only ONE more day to explore our selections for the show, including this lively watercolor by Frank Weston Benson.

Click the link below to view this work and others in the show!

Frank Weston Benson (1862–1951)
In the Deep Woods, 1923
Watercolor and gouache on paper
20⅞ x 14¾ inches
Signed and dated lower right: F. w. Benson / ’23

https://thephiladelphiashow.viewingrooms.com/exhibitors/35-questroyal-fine-art/

Have you checked out our virtual booth The Philadelphia Show ? There is only ONE more day to explore our selections for the show, including this lively watercolor by Frank Weston Benson.

Click the link below to view this work and others in the show!

Frank Weston Benson (1862–1951)
In the Deep Woods, 1923
Watercolor and gouache on paper
20⅞ x 14¾ inches
Signed and dated lower right: F. w. Benson / ’23

https://thephiladelphiashow.viewingrooms.com/exhibitors/35-questroyal-fine-art/

The Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery are reopening to the public on May 14th! Click the link belo...
04/29/2021
Smithsonian American Art Museum Plans To Reopen May 14 With New Installations and Extended Exhibitions

The Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery are reopening to the public on May 14th! Click the link below to see which new installations and extended exhibitions will be on view.

The Smithsonian American Art Museum and its branch museum, the Renwick Gallery, reopen to the public Friday, May 14. This is the second reopening of the museum following closures on March 14, 2020 and on Nov. 23, 2020 as a public health precaution due to the COVID-19 global pandemic. The museum ...

Who else is enjoying this delightful, sunny day and itching with excitement about the beach days ahead? 🏖️.This colorful...
04/28/2021

Who else is enjoying this delightful, sunny day and itching with excitement about the beach days ahead? 🏖️
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This colorful work by Jane Peterson is available now at the gallery.
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Jane Peterson (1876–1965)
At the Beach
Watercolor, gouache, and pencil on paper laid down on board
7 5/16 x 9⅞ inches

04/27/2021

Here is a sneak peek of our upcoming exhibition, Hope Springs Eternal🌸🌿🌻

An exhibition and sale
May 6-28, 2021

ON VIEW NOW at Dixon Gallery and Gardens, America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution. A new major exhibition that w...
04/24/2021
Traveling Exhibition On American Impressionism Brings Together Prime Examples From Public and Private Collections

ON VIEW NOW at Dixon Gallery and Gardens, America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a Revolution. A new major exhibition that will travel to San Antonio Museum of Art and Brandywine River Museum of Art, explores the development of Impressionism in the United States. Featuring works by Cecilia Beaux, William Merritt Chase, Willard Metcalf, Emma Richardson Cherry, Jane Peterson, Theodore Wendel and numerous others.

After its debut at Dixon Gallery and Gardens in Memphis (on view now through May 9, 2021), the exhibition travels to San Antonio Museum of Art (June 11–September 5, 2021) and Brandywine River Museum of Art, Chadds Ford, PA (October 9, 2021–January 9, 2022) America’s Impressionism: Echoes of a ...

Opening today and running through April 30th, The Philadelphia Show Online!Whether you are looking for a Hudson River Sc...
04/23/2021
Questroyal Fine Art

Opening today and running through April 30th, The Philadelphia Show Online!

Whether you are looking for a Hudson River School painting or a modernist still-life (or anything in between!), we have something for you. Click the link in below to visit our virtual booth!

For nearly three decades, QUESTROYAL, a family-owned-and-operated business, has remained dedicated to their clients and to furthering the appreciation of American art.

The Farnsworth Art Museum has received a donation of 27 works by three generations of Wyeths. The pieces donated by Andr...
04/23/2021
27 Wyeth paintings bequeathed to Maine's Farnsworth Museum

The Farnsworth Art Museum has received a donation of 27 works by three generations of Wyeths.

The pieces donated by Andrew Wyeth’s late wife Betsy Wyeth will be displayed beginning May 15, in an exhibition titled “Betsy’s Gift: The Works of N.C., Andrew, and Jamie Wyeth.” A concurrent exhibition called “Betsy Wyeth: Partner and Muse” will also be on view.


The Farnsworth Art Museum in Maine has received 27 works of art from three generations of the Wyeth family of artists.

Happy #EarthDay! 🌏🌎🌏 A vital force in the Hudson River School movement, William Louis Sonntag was inspired by the sweepi...
04/22/2021

Happy #EarthDay! 🌏🌎🌏

A vital force in the Hudson River School movement, William Louis Sonntag was inspired by the sweeping grandeur of the American landscape. He painted dramatic cloud-filled vistas and majestic mountain ranges imbued with a strong Romantic sentiment.

William Louis Sonntag (1822–1900)
Forest Interior
Oil on canvas
30 x 22⅛ inches
Signed lower right: Sonntag

Happy #EarthDay! 🌏🌎🌏

A vital force in the Hudson River School movement, William Louis Sonntag was inspired by the sweeping grandeur of the American landscape. He painted dramatic cloud-filled vistas and majestic mountain ranges imbued with a strong Romantic sentiment.

William Louis Sonntag (1822–1900)
Forest Interior
Oil on canvas
30 x 22⅛ inches
Signed lower right: Sonntag

William Trost Richards, known for his luminous seascapes, saw the dramatic, rugged coast as part of our national identit...
04/21/2021

William Trost Richards, known for his luminous seascapes, saw the dramatic, rugged coast as part of our national identity.

The Art Journal in 1877 described Richards’ seascapes as having “a broad and masterly sweep given to the wave-forms; every movement of the waves, from those which break over the foreground sands to the great rollers in the distance, is drawn and painted with power and skill…”

William Trost Richards (1833–1905)
Grand Manan Island, 1899
Oil on canvas
20 x 30⅞ inches
Signed and dated lower left: WM T. Richards. 99.

William Trost Richards, known for his luminous seascapes, saw the dramatic, rugged coast as part of our national identity.

The Art Journal in 1877 described Richards’ seascapes as having “a broad and masterly sweep given to the wave-forms; every movement of the waves, from those which break over the foreground sands to the great rollers in the distance, is drawn and painted with power and skill…”

William Trost Richards (1833–1905)
Grand Manan Island, 1899
Oil on canvas
20 x 30⅞ inches
Signed and dated lower left: WM T. Richards. 99.

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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
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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.