Biography - Allan Storer

Allan has exhibited with the Royal Institute of oil painters in their annual exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London and various galleries in London and South Wales. Some of his works are currently on display at the Museum of Rugby, Twickenham.

These paintings are available in Limited Edition Fine Art Giclee Prints of 1-500, archival stability approved by the Fine Art Trade Guild. The prints can be mounted and framed or in the case of a canvas print placed on a stretcher similar to an original work of art. These giclee prints are individually copied for each customer and make owning an expensive work of art affordable. Each limited edition print is accompanied by an edition certificate signed by Allan Storer.

High quality watercolour paper or canvas

What is Giclee?

Giclee (pronounced Jee Clay) is derived from the French for "little squirt", which relates to the process of squirting extremely fine droplets of ink onto heavy watercolour papers or artist canvas.

The technology behind this printing revolution is a combination of very high quality art scanning techniques, specialised digital printers, along with archival inks and acid free art papers.

A digital printed image is much finer than conventional printing.


M.A. Chelsea School of Art
B.A. University of Wales
P.G.C.E. Kings College, London