Richard Allen

Andelli Art, Mendip House, Upper Breach, South Horrington, Wells BA5 3QG


Saturday 08 September 2018 – Sunday 30 September 2018
Opening Hours: Wed-Sun 10am-5pm

Andelli Art is delighted to announce an exhibition by Richard Allen. Running from 8–30 September 2018, the gallery will showcase his landscape and still life paintings produced over the last two years, complemented by 20th Century works from the Andelli Art collection.

Richard Allen attended Central Saint Martins College as a Fine Art (Painting) Undergraduate, studying illustration at Masters level. He has worked as an illustrator winning several international accolades (AOI Golds, SI LA gold, SI NY silver, 3×3, Commarts), working with many well-known clients including; the New Yorker, The NY Times, Esquire, amongst other quality UK and US publications.

In May 2017 he won the prestigious V&A Editorial Illustration award as well as the Moira Gemmill Memorial prize for Illustrator of the Year.

Since his return to painting in 2012, Richard Allen won the Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year in 2016. His first solo show took place at Petworth House, West Sussex in 2017, and other exhibitions followed at the Bohun Gallery, Twenty Twenty Gallery and Thompson’s Gallery. He has also undertaken numerous private painting commissions.

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