The Jazz series represents a growing number of original paintings by John Allinson available for purchase while they last.
Paintings are subject to prior sale. Your inquiries are welcomed.
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Who Is John Allinson?
Son of RAF hero William Alfred Allinson, John was sent to boarding school after his father was killed in an air crash. From there he attended the Central School of Art in London, and worked for War in Want in Africa, became a writer for several newspapers, and subsequently worked at Hampton Court Palace where he helped build the Care of Buildings section in the West Wing on grace and favor terms for the Queen.
John was commissioned by Sir Richard Attenborough to paint the longest canvas in the world for his new film studios. His paintings have been collected by Bass, Cardiff International airport, Bristol airport, South Florida Museum, National trust, City of Baltimore, State governor of Maryland.
John has painted jazz artists, Ornette Coleman and Charles Mingus, and states that “my jazz series is an accumulation of forty years of jazz appreciation“.