Don Allan

Paintings (18-works)

Don  Allan Raspberries in Brass
Raspberries in Brass
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Blueberries in Crock
Blueberries in Crock
Oil on board
8 x 10 in
Don  Allan Cheese_ Grapes_ and Wine I
Cheese, Grapes, and Wine I
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Cheese_ Grapes_ and Wine II
Cheese, Grapes, and Wine II
Oil on board
12 x 16 in
Don  Allan Eggs in Basket with Grapes
Eggs in Basket with Grapes
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Jug_ Apples_ and Grapes
Jug, Apples, and Grapes
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Melons and Plums
Melons and Plums
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Raspberries
Raspberries
Oil on board
9 x 12 in
Don  Allan Strawberries Grapes in Colander
Strawberries Grapes in Colander
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Tomatoes and Squash
Tomatoes and Squash
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
Don  Allan Vegetable Basket
Vegetable Basket
Oil on board
8 x 10 in
Don  Allan Watermelon with Knife
Watermelon with Knife
Oil on board
9 x 12 in
Don  Allan Blueberries in Basket with Jug
Blueberries in Basket with Jug
Oil on board
9 x 12 in
Don  Allan Bread_ Cheese_ Wine and Grapes
Bread, Cheese, Wine and Grapes
Oil on board
9 x 12 in
Don  Allan Brass Pitcher with Grapes
Brass Pitcher with Grapes
Oil on board
9 x 12 in
SOLD
Don  Allan
Nautilus
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
SOLD
Don  Allan
Red Apples with Basket
Oil on board
11 x 14 in
SOLD
Don  Allan
Teal Shell
Oil on board
8 x 10 in
SOLD

Don  Allan

Don Allan

Don Allan Biography

(American, b. 1927 - 2013)

Donald F. Allan was born in Springville, Utah to Henry K. and Sarah Jane Barker Allan.  He attended Brigham Young University, in Provo, Utah. After moving to New York in 1951, he studied art at the National Academy of Art in New York City. There, he was also a member of the Art Student League, and the Salmagundi Club. Allan furthered his studies at Porte Royale, in Paris. He has won awards from a variety of shows and competitions, one including a Bronze Medal from the National Academy of Art, New York, in 1978. After all, Allan prefers for his work to represent who he is as an artist. It is even noted by a critic that "...A desire to bring beauty and happiness into the world impels Mr. Allan to paint such beautiful paintings...", and paint he did, selling over 10,000 paintings throughout his 60-year career as a fine artist, and brightening the lives of others with his work.

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