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Dellorco

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Solstice Solstice

Oil on Canvas

Vienna Vienna

Oil on Canvas

Black and White Black and White

Oil on Canvas

Protection Protection

Oil on Canvas

A Hidden Place A Hidden Place

Oil on Canvas

 
La Danseuse La Danseuse

Oil on Canvas

Hope Hope

Oil on Canvas

Noir Noir

Limited-edition print on canvas - Four Sizes available

Imagination Imagination

Limited-edition giclee on canvas - Three Sizes available

Appassionata Appassionata

Giclee on Canvas

Taking Flight Taking Flight

Oil on Canvas

Revealed Revealed

Oil on Canvas

Alone with You Alone with You

Giclee on Canvas

Contemplation Contemplation

Giclee on Canvas

Solitude Solitude

Oil on Canvas

Adagio Adagio

Oil on Canvas

Nocturne Nocturne

Giclee on Canvas

Accolades Accolades

Giclee on Canvas

Ode to Joy Ode to Joy

Giclee on Canvas

About Dellorco ~

A native of Los Angeles, Dellorco grew up in the Hollywood Hills, amidst movie stars, famous musicians, artists, and filmmakers in the 1970’s. For the past 15 years, Chris has been widely considered one of Disney’s top illustrators for print advertising, specializing in Home Video packaging. His covers range from the award winning “The Lion King”, to the recent “Lilo and Stich” and everything in between. If you own one of Disney’s animated titles on VHS or DVD, Dellorco probably did the cover.

In the entertainment field, he has illustrated numerous movie posters, which include “Conan the Barbarian”, “Revenge of the Nerds”, “Coming to America”, “The Marrying Man”, “The Firm”, and others. He received the Silver Medal award from the influential Key Art Awards for the poster “Eating Raoul”, First Place for his work on “Who Framed Roger Rabbit”, Second Place for “Snow White”, and Finalist for “Aladdin-Prince of Thieves”. He also was a finalist for the prestigious Belding award. He has also shown his artwork for many years in the Society of Illustrators Annual West Coast Exhibit winning Best of Show in ’91 and ‘95. He also was recognized with a Lifetime Achievement Award from Artist’s For A Better World.

Dellorco’s oil paintings exhibit near photo realism, yet still capture a certain level of artistic beauty and sensuality. Generally, they depict the female figure, shrouded in richly colored fabrics, while dramatically set against Old World European architecture. Often the architecture represents a historically significant European landmark, such as Versailles or the Pantheon. Each painting reveals a subtle, yet provocative story contrasting human beauty and frailty with the solidity and strength of mankind’s greatest monuments. He was listed among “50 Top Artists for 2012” by Art Business News.

Client list includes: James Cameron (director/Titanic), Michael Jackson, Prince Abdul of Saudi Arabia, Mathew Calamari (COO/Trump Group)

Awards:

  • Society of Illustrators: Best of Show ’91, ’95
  • Finalist ’88, ’89, ’92, ‘94
  • Hollywood Reporter Film Poster Key Art Award: Silver Medal ’82 (Eating Raoul), First Place ’89 (Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Second Place ’93 (Snow White), Finalist ’95 (Aladdin-Prince of Thieves)
  • Artists for A Better World: Lifetime Acheivement Award 2009