Located on Royal Street in the heart of New Orleans historic French Quarter, Windsor Fine Art features an impressive collection of original paintings, works on paper, and sculpture by some of history's most revered artists.  Representing over five centuries of fine art, we specialize in original works from the old masters to the modern masters, as well as a select group of renowned contemporary artists.  Windsor Fine Art has remained a resource for discriminating collectors and connoisseurs worldwide since its founding in 2000. 

Corridors of Katmandu. 1969-70. Original etching. 25 x 20".

Salvador Dali

These works of impeccable provenance by the Surrealist master have been part of the Argillet family collection since their creation by Dali during his collaborative years with Pierre Argillet and demonstrate high standards of quality, and the empassioned collaboration between an artist and his publisher.  The friendship between Dali and his publisher, Pierre Argillet, spanned five decades. Argillet was an avid collector of Futurist, Dadaist and Surrealist works and had, from very early on, met with the major artists of the 20th century. But it was with Salvador Dali that a long and fruitful collaboration developed. They remained friends until Dali’s death in 1989.

Eclipse Lunar. 2014. Original oil on canvas. 18 x 14". 

Jose Basso

Born in Chile in 1949, Basso's works are included in the private and public collections of  world leaders,  heads of state, royalty and celebrities as well as renowned museums, among them, the National Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago, Chile, where he was honored with a retrospective in 2011. With his elegantly simplified forms and fine brushwork, complimented by his signature use of color, and masterful ability to capture light, Basso’s evocative, serenely beautiful creations, the perfect blend of realism and abstraction, are universal in their appeal.

Conception Column. Bronze.  80 x 12 x 12". Edition of 12. 

Conception Column. Bronze.  80 x 12 x 12". Edition of 12. 

paige bradley

Born in Carmel, California, Paige Bradley cast her first bronze at age seventeen. Educated at Pepperdine University, she then went on to study at the Florence Academy of Art and the prestigious Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts. In 1995 she was assistant sculptor on a monument for the Atlanta Olympic Games. Her work is full of dichotomies, the beautiful and the ugly, the liberated and the contained, the falling and the floating. Her work can be found in prominent public and private collections across the globe.