Jean-Bernard Lalanne

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French, b. 1952

Born in Madagascar, Lalanne grew up in the southwest of France.  He attended the École des Beaux-Arts in Pau.  Allan painted while supporting himself as a policeman, the occupation of his father. Allan came to Colorado to work with American painter Kim English after winning a painting competition in the Paris suburb of Vicennes.  His recent works have focused on life in the Pyrenees, including bullfights in Spain and Andalusian horses. He regularly exhibits at shows in Paris and Bayonne, France.  He was an artist-in-residence at Keeneland in April 2015.

Jockey Up in Brown & Orange Silks
Oil on canvas
27" x 16.5"
SOLD

Hats, Keeneland Paddock
Oil on board
32" x 44"
SOLD

No. 6 Horse, Keeneland Paddock
Oil on paper
11.5" x 17"

Jockey Up in Red & White Silks
Oil on canvas
23" x 15"

No. 10 Horse, Keeneland Paddock
Oil on board
29" x 40"

Jockey Up in Pink & Gold Silks
Oil on canvas
13" x 10"

Jockey Up in Green & White
Oil on board
38.75" x 31"

Racing Sketch, Keeneland
Oil on paper
6" x 8.5"
SOLD

Jockey Up in Lavender & White
Oil on paper
17" x 11"
SOLD

Rejoneador
Oil on canvas
31.5" x 47"
SOLD