Luke Allsbrook
Paintings excecuted as Tour Artist on the 2005
State tour of HRH, The Prince of Wales
"Morning Clouds in Bear Valley"
oil on paper, 4x11 inches
"View From Arch Rock"
oil on paper 4x11 inches
"Morning at Arch Rock"
oil on paper 5x9 inches
"Golden Band at Marin Farm"
oil on paper 11x5 inches
"Lone Trees at Marin Farm"
oil on paper 11x5 inches
"Portrait of Ananya at Edible Schoolyard"
oil on paper 11x8 inches
"Schoolchilden at the Edible Schoolyard"
oil on paper 11x6 inches
"Sunlight on Weber Farmhouse"
oil on paper 4x11 inches
"Misty Rain on Point Reyes"
oil on paper 5x11 inches
(All Collection of HRH The Prince of Wales)
"Sunlight on the Weber Farmhouse"
27x58 inches, oil on canvas, 2006
In November of 2005, Luke Allsbrook served as “tour artist”
for HRH the Prince of Wales on his visit to the US. The
Prince has traditionally taken an artist along on state tours as
a way to support the arts and to document his trips. Mr.
Allsbrook was recommended for the position by a British
Artist he met on a painting trip in Normandy, France. As tour
artist, Allsbrook traveled with the Prince’s staff executing
painting and drawing sketches over a five day period in the
San Francisco area. Most of the paintings produced on the
trip capture the landscape of the organic farms of Merin
County. These farms were the focus of the West Coast stage
of the Prince’s tour. Allsbrook is a native of North Carolina.