Robert Finale Biography

Robert Finale, Painter & Artist

Exploring The Complex Interplay Of Light

Robert Finale paintings transport you to a time and place of private charm, a haven of pure and quiet delight. Robert loves to explore the complex interplay of light and its effects on architecture and surroundings.

An avid traveler, Robert Finale uses his photographs, sketches and memories simply as the starting point, an inspiration on the journey to the creation of each masterpiece.

Robert Finale’s Early Years

Robert Finale LogoThe artist, Robert Finale, is no stranger to struggles and adversity. At the tender age of two, he along with his family fled the communist ruled country of Cuba for a life of freedom and opportunity in the United States. Here Robert learned the value of hard work and discipline and realized his potential to pursue his passion for art. This passion, Finale explains, began very early in life.

As a young boy of five, Robert Finale was seldom without a pencil and sketchpad in hand, sketching everything from movie scenes to family vacation destinations. Robert’s love for brushing oil onto canvas came much later, when his early childhood sketch were brought to life in a special gift to his wife. From humble beginnings, today his paintings grace several Galleries all over the world. The first, however, has a special place in his family home.

Robert Finale’s images originate from his childhood sketches, which his mother always lovingly treasured and encouraged him to keep. Each painting is a journey of unspoken words and hidden whispers of freedom, nurturing the hopes and dreams that exist within all of us. These feelings are resurfaced and unveiled through beautiful city images in romantic surroundings placing the viewer in the dream world of unconscious thought.

The Rich Language of Color


Robert Finale

Robert Finale

A quiet, gentle natured man, Robert Finale uses his paintings to communicate with each individual person. Using rich colors and textures, Finale has developed his own rich vocabulary in a painting. Expressing this rich language through places and entities allows him to tap into his own world and the fragile emotions that exist within all of us. The emotion that a person feels upon examining a piece of art is the beauty of this communication. As Robert places the final brush stroke on the canvas he is conscious of the fact that art is a universal language. Therefore, one canvas represents the window to millions of different emotions that have existed and exist through all of us, giving the viewer a powerful, tool to look within his own world, for the understanding of life’s journey.


View Robert Finale’s Art In Memphis

We invite you to experience the pure delight and charismatic charm of Robert Finale’s paintings in our Memphis art gallery. As you tour the gallery of fine work, may your spirit soar and your soul be transported to a haven of peace and tranquility. Robert’s works are an inspiration to all who have dreamed the impossible dream. Enjoy!

Paintings Index

Memphis Scenes
Main Street, Memphis (New)
A Night at the Orpheum
Blues on Beale St.
Elvis’ Graceland® (New)
Sunset Over Memphis
Rolling on the River

Christmas in Paris
Christmas Snow
Holidays in NY
Home for Christmas
Joys of Christmas
St. Patrick’s Cathedral (New)
Winter in Paris
Winter Stroll
Winter’s Eve, Central Park

American City/Street
Autumn Memories (New)
A New Beginning, New Orleans
Evening in Vegas
Evening Charm
Give My Regards to Broadway
Freedom Tower, NY
Gatlinburg Memories
Jackson Square
Land of the Free (New)
Land that I Love (Sold Out)
Nashville, Painting the Town
Petals of Spring, Central Park (New)
Pigeon Forge Memories
San Francisco, Moonlight Bay
Savannah, River St.
Southern Charm, Charleston, SC
Spring Blossom
St. Michael’s Church, Charleston, SC
Sunset On The Bay, SF
The Village, Gatlinburg

Outdoor Scenes
Bridge to Bountiful Blessings
Emert’s Cove Covered Bridge
Old Mountain Mill
Yosemite Falls

Original Oils
A Night at the Orpheum – 16×20 – (Sold)
Autumn Mist – 16×20 (Sold)
Blues on Beale Street – 18×24 (Sold)
Christ the Redeemer, Rio – 18×24
Elvis’ Graceland® – 24×36
Golden Gate Bridge – 16×20
Mont St. Michel – 16×20
Nashville, Painting the Town – 18×24 (Sold)
Notre Dame, Paris – 12×16 (Sold)
Radio City Music Hall – 16×20 (Sold)
Rolling on the River, Memphis, TN – 18×27 (Sold)
Savannah, River Street – 24×36 (Sold)
Sunset Over Memphis – 24×36 (Sold)
Tower Bridge, London – 24×30

A Tuscan View
Afternoon by the River Seine
An Evening of Romance
Autumn Morning, Halstat, Austria
Bavarian Beauty (New)
Café Santorini, Greece
Costa Azul, Spain
Grand Canal
Last Night on the Grand Canal
Lights on Positano
Mediterranean Summer
Neuschwanstein Castle (Sold Out)
Paris Memories
Portofino Villas
Reflections of Belgium
Spanish Steps, Rome
Starry Night
Summer Breeze
Summer in Tuscany
Summer in Vernazza
Sunset Sail, Greece
Table for Two
The Palace, Westminster London
The Vatican
Tower Bridge, London (New)
Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy (New)
Varenna, Mio Amor
Venice Romance
Via Le Romance, Paris
Villa Balbianello, Lake Como (New)
Villa Di Lago