Here is a small representation of the collection of Allan's paintings, created in the years roughly spanning 1970-1977. There are 79 in existence that we know of. He was a second generation artist of the Washington Color School, and was championed and collected by Gene Baro, among others. Baro was at one time the director of the Corcoran Museum in Wash. D.C. Allan exhibited widely in D.C., at the Corcoran and numerous other galleries. He was friendly with the artists Anne Truitt and Kenneth Noland, among others.
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"The purpose of apology is to provide a way for criminals and wrongdoers to apologize for their misdeeds in the hope that this will help them turn over a new leaf. At the end of this program you may record any statement you care to make.”
-- Allan Bridge