Allan Currall (1894-1977) was one of the most influential British painters of the early 20th Century. Born in London, Currall attended the Royal College of Art in 1915, beginning a lifelong study of art and painting. He was well-known for his bold abstract works, often featuring vibrant color and dynamic compositions. Currall's masterpieces include The Boy with an Apple, The Lion of the Jungle, and The White Horse. His skillful adaptation of the Impressionist style earned him wide renown during his lifetime and he remains a highly respected figure in the art world.
Allan Currall, British artist, abstract art, Impressionist, Royal College of Art, 20th century painting.
— Mei Wang
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