Allan Morgan Paintings
21 April, 2018
21 April, 2018
A varied new collection from the talented artist Allan Morgan
From the rolling hills of the South Downs to the Scottish Highlands and Welsh coastline, Allan Morgan captures the beauty of the British Isles perfectly. Allan’s versatility as an artist is a testament to his many years of painting professionally. This latest collection is a striking representation of the different landscapes found in Britain.
Allan Morgan lives in the beautiful border county of Herefordshire. Born in 1952 he graduated from Coventry’s Lanchester Art College with BA Honours in Fine Art. His professional career has since focused mainly on realistic landscape painting, although he has also enjoyed considerable success as an illustrator.
He has recently extended his style to encompass a more “colourist” approach in much of his work. The basis of his inspiration remains largely the same however, namely the love of light, colour and atmosphere in landscape. Influences in Allan’s paintings are varied and include the Pre-Raphaelites, fauvists and impressionists. Having formerly spent many years living near the coast, he regularly returns to this subject matter with much of his work.
Forest Gallery would be happy to discuss any special requests you might have for a unique Allan Morgan original painting and organises commissions. If a piece that you love has already sold or if you have specific requirements please contact the gallery to discuss this further. All Allan’s paintings are supplied in the frame pictured but other framing options are available (usually at no extra charge). To see more artwork by Allan Morgan click below:
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