Taranto, Italy

Born in Neuquén, Argentina in 1946, Allan O’Mill served as a pilot officer in the Argentine Army aviation in the 1970s and later as an airline pilot, with an experience of nearly 4,000 flight hours on 26 types of different aircraft. In the mid-1980s he began his career as a painter of aeronautical and naval subjects. Moved to Italy in 1990, he was able to conquer a space and considerable notoriety through innumerable collective and personal exhibitions in Italy, Belgium, Germany, France, Spain, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay and the United States. In addition to numerous private European and American collections, his works are kept in important museums and public institutions, such as the Naval History Museum (Venice), the Historical Museum of the Italian Air Force (Rome), the Musée de l’Air (Brussels ), the Zeppelin Museum (Friedrichshafen), the Museu Naval of Rio de Janeiro (Brasil), the Yacht Club of Monaco, the Museo Nacional de Aereonautica (Santiago de Chile), the Deutscheshifahrtsmuseum (Bremerhaven) and on board civil and military ships of many countries. In particular, he was embarked for long periods on the Garibaldi Ship and on the Nave Mimbelli in conjunction with the visit of the President of the Italian Republic to South America: during this boarding, personal exhibitions were carried on board in each port visited. In 1998 he was officially named “Naval Painter” by the Chief of Staff of the Navy and in 2003 “Peintre Officiel du Yacht Club de Monaco” by an international jury chaired by Prince Albert of Monaco.

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