Available works Archive

Coco Matilda, 2018

Oil on wood, 24 x 18 in, antique frame, contact bG Gallery

Gustav Collection: Gustav VII, 2017

Oil on canvas, tapestry with two metal rods, 62 x 48 in, contact Allois Studios (allois@allois.com)

The Story Behind the Painting: My name is Gustav. I am happy today but also a little bit concerned. The closing was yesterday, final papers signed and sealed by our King today. Now I am the official owner of a little oasis in the desert, with a creek, a few dozen palms end even a few orange trees. Hard work and dedication to my Lord had been rewarded, but I am worried if I am worthy of such a present. My Lord is very kind to me. – Allois & Jorgé

 

 

Empress Collection: Empress, 2017

Oil on gesso panel, 48 x 36in, contact Allois Studios (allois@allois.com)

 

 

Emperor Collection: Emperor III, 2017

 

Hunter, 2017

Oil on canvas, 24″ x 18″, framed, contact Loew’s Beach Hotel Santa Monica, Flower & Hewes Gallery

The story  behind the painting:

In the Beginning there was Darkness, then there was Light, and that was Good. But then The Shadows appeared and Shadows followed The Light. Everywhere The Light went, Shadows followed. You think of Shadows as two-dimensional, but they are Not! Shadows have volume, they have weight and they have intent! And their intent is Not Good… We are the Hunters, we hunt Shadows. Our names: Allan and Francisc. If your Light gets soft or starts to flicker, we give you a second chance. (Allois & Jörge)

Sir Benjamin & Sir Flake, 2018

Oil on wood, 24 x 19 in, antique frame, contact to bG Gallery

Le Baron Collection: Christopher & Marcel, 2017

 

 

Oil on canvas, 2017, 30 x30 in, framed, contact Allois Studios (allois@allois.com)

The story  behind the painting:

 “My name is Christopher, I think of Marcel as my Guardian Angel. I am not alone in my belief; my father also thinks that Marcel is his Guardian angel. We all know this is not true: Marcel watches over our whole family but he guards only the kids, my sister and me. My great-great-grandmother found Marcel under a Christmas tree in our family home, Château de Tiregand. Marcel has been with my family ever since. Marcel watches over me, he helps me to be good during the whole year, but on Christmas Marcel oversees that Santa Claus is good to me. Marcel is very wise and very powerful, I am very proud of him! Marcel makes sure that my good behavior during the year is rewarded. Every year I am thinking very hard about what I want for Christmas, I want so many things but there will only be one present! Marcel never fails me but on Christmas Eve I am always worried if he knows what I really-really want. Many wishes but only one present, it will be so much fun tomorrow to see what my best wish really is! Merry Christmas!!!” (Allois & Jörge)

 

Kingdom Collection: Kingdom 4, 2017

 

Kingdom 4, 2017

Oil on canvas, 30″ x 30″, framed, contact Loew’s Beach Hotel, Flower & Hewes Gallery

 

 

 

 

 

Disappearances 14, 2015

Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 in, framed contact Allois Studios (allois@allois.com)

Disappearances 14. I smiled as I watched my children build this sand castle, they never finished it because kids never finish anything. Kids think they have all the time they need in front of them… This was the last Castle they ever built, soon thereafter Humans came to our island and started building our homes and our castles for us. Humans called my children Trolls and for some reason they though that we live only under the bridges. Go figure! Simpletons, but tame and hard-working creatures they are! These Humans always had enough sense not to come close to our Last Castle. I am the one who oversees the Castle and the Land, once a century this is the place for The Family Gathering. We talk, we drink, we laugh, we dance, all the windows are lit and all the skies are set for spectacular fireworks! Everyone is invited, but Human creatures never come to the party, they must be afraid of the Storm and an occasional earthquake when the Party gets going! When in the morning I tuck my grandchildren to bed, I warn them of these Humans, of becoming like them: always unhappy, always afraid. (Allois and Jörge)

Flying Dutchman, 2016

Oil on canvas, 48 x 36 in, framed contact Six Summit Gallery,

Leo Feroleto (Art Dealer, New York, USA)

Ph: 917-573-0029

www.sixsummitgallery.com

The story  behind the painting:

It’s a wonderful world and its a beautiful life! Throw away your sarcasm, stop crawling back and forth through the looking glass. Look through the wave, feel the wind, get burned by the Sun! Leave the deeply rooted and heavily anchored behind. There is no peace in quiet harbors, there is no kindness among the indifferent, there is no safety in their numbers. You will be saved by those who sail beyond the horizon, try and catch up with them.

Picnic Collection: Picnic 2

 Oil on gesso panel, 40″ x 30″, contact Allois Studios (allois@allois.com)

The story behind the painting: 

My name is Lars de Montesquieu. You must have heard about my father, Baron de Montesquieu. My mother is still alive and well but she is not quite human. I love to travel. I travel in an old-fashioned way by train, boat or by car and I love to use my talents for slipping into parallel worlds and different realities. I believe that peculiarities of my genetics and upbringing provide me with unique means to finding keys to personal happiness. My twelve-volume treatise “Happiness is Easy” is going into its second printing but it has yet to be translated into Human language. (Allois & Jörge)

Hand Retouched Canvas Prints

Limited Edition Canvases combine old world craftsmanship with the finest materials and latest production technologies to produce extraordinary canvas artwork. Our reproduction process captures not only the color and mood of Allois original painting, but the actual brushwork as well. Every piece is hand-retouched by Allois, giving the painting a look almost identical to the artist’s on-easel original. Vibrant colors, rich textures and color tones accurate to Allois original brushstroke are the hallmarks of your finished piece.

“S” Collectors Numbered Edition of 27

“The thickness of oil on canvas print is similar to the original brushstrokes, oil pigments cover whole canvas surface. Old-fashioned techniques and special medias are being used in this process. Final result looks like oil painting, not a print, and people perceive it as the original” Allois 

A limited edition print is so named because its run — the number of these prints that are created and sold — is limited to a specific number, say, 200. Each run is determined by size and any other qualifying factors; for instance, you can have a limited edition run of an image in a 12 x 15 size on paper, another run of 16 x 20 on paper, a third run of 12 x 15 on canvas, and so on. If you purchase the 5th print sold in the 12 x 15 on paper run, then somewhere on the print will be written (generally in pencil, since this is difficult to forge) 5/200, which indicates that your print is the 5th piece out of a total of 200 to be created in this particular run.

The print may or may not be signed by the artist (if the artist is alive, it really should be), and if so, will be of increased value. It also may or may not include a Certificate of Authenticity, a piece of paper or form that lists out the run size, the number of your print in the run, and information on inks and paper, and the date that the print was created.

  • 20” x 16” $450
  • 24” x 18” $550
  • 30” x 20” $600
  • 32” x 24” $700
  • 40” x 30” $1250
  • 60” x 40” $1650 

Price for originals ranges from $4000 to $20,000. 

 

 

 

About the Artist

Allois is an American painter and illustrator, best known for the striking and bizarre images of Aliens in her surrealist work. She illustrated collectible edition of the stories by Edgar Allan Poe and Ray Bradbury "THE FALL OF THE HOUSE OF USHER/USHER II," published by Gauntlet Press in 2010.

       

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