Hats and headdresses

Mirna Morgan joking

Dear followers:
Mirna Morgan is my friend since long time ago. She often wears something on her head and I have always thought that is because she has many good ideas and achieves that nothing escapes, like the creation of this new specialty within the topics of this blog.
She is not only a very clever woman, she also is a Hat Designer in Brazil. We can learn her lesson and from now on we will not let anything escapes from our head.
Thanks M & M, this section we owe to you.
This is the blog of her poetry:
https://mirnamorgan62.wordpress.com/

By Canetti, M. - Untitled

By Canetti, M. – Untitled

By Hockney - The hat on the chair

By Hockney – The hat on the chair

By Grosz, George - A walk

By Grosz, George – A walk

By Von Menzel - Windy days

By Von Menzel – Windy days

By Macke, August - Girl in front of hat shop

By Macke, August – Girl in front of hat shop

By Van den Eeckhout, Gerbrand - A male model wearing a hat with feathers

By Van den Eeckhout, Gerbrand – A male model wearing a hat with feathers

By Lacroix, Christian - The pink blazer model

By Lacroix, Christian – The pink blazer model

By Gómez, Simó - The profile of a man wearing a hat

By Gómez, Simó – The profile of a man wearing a hat

By Clouet, Jean - Margaret of Valois, called Queen Margot

By Clouet, Jean – Margaret of Valois, called Queen Margot

By Sickert - The straw hat

By Sickert – The straw hat

By Moral, Jean - Untitled

By Moral, Jean – Untitled

By Rubens - The busty Hélène with a headdress

By Rubens – The busty Hélène with a headdress

By anonymous dutch author 17th century - Sketches of two women, one wearing a dutch hat and the other praying

By anonymous dutch author 17th century – Sketches of two women, one wearing a dutch hat and the other praying

By Dufy, Raoul - The outfit of the woman of the coast

By Dufy, Raoul – The outfit of the woman of the coast

By Gavarni, Paul - Women in a theater box wearing hats and headdresses

By Gavarni, Paul – Women in a theater box wearing hats and headdresses

By Stonehouse, Brian - A male model posing wearing a hat of firefighter

By Stonehouse, Brian – A male model posing wearing a hat of firefighter

By Bonnard, Pierre - The girl of the hat

By Bonnard, Pierre – The girl of the hat

By Degas - At the boudoir

By Degas – At the boudoir

By Cornelius, Peter von - A seated girl

By Cornelius, Peter von – A seated girl

By Forain, Jean L. - A crowd wearing top hats

By Forain, Jean L. – A crowd wearing top hats

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25 Comments

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25 responses to “Hats and headdresses

  1. I love hat paintings, great choices.

  2. My dear Enric… The hats OH! They are a luxury… naive, sophisticated and rare,,, as you are……. an amazing soul….that captures the beauty of it all for us ,,, yours followers… Forever Enric !!!! Thank you . You touched my heart… 🙂 🙂

    • There was ‘a before and an after’ when I met you, everything is very little to thank all you have gave me, all the water while I’ve been crossing a desert. Thanks from my heart dear poetess ❤

  3. Encantadoras las imàgenes como siempre!

  4. Good morning – I love hats, and I love your selection of sketches….a beautiful post to begin the new creative year. Janet:)xx

  5. Complimenti a Mirna e e te un abbraccio
    Mistral

  6. I love the one by Degas. What would I do without hats?? They are so necessary and beautiful.

    • Yes I know you appeared in some pictures with hat, as in your last gravatar picture that I liked. You looked lovely. Thanks so much for your comment.

    • Oh Carmen, Degas had a great interest and admiration for women’s issues. Not only had great sensitivity to capture any nuance, also he had much speed for drawing the movement. It was one of the great masters that created the trend of using sticks of pastel colours to paint, such as in this work. This technique It should be familiar to all women, that at some point in their lives have used make-up. Perhaps that partly it explains why 95% of followers of this blog are women and many of them are experts in stuff materials of Make-up and Beauty. I’m thankful for your comment.

      • That’s very interesting. I read some time ago about Degas and the girls that appear in his ballerina paintings, they were sisters and daughters of a friend who happened to be a great photographer. I think his name was Mante. He had these lovely photographs of ladies/odalisques. Degas is a very subtle painter of the woman’s femininity.

  7. Love the diversity of hats, beautiful and expressive! 🙂

  8. Great post! Love the first sketch, everyone should have at least one hat.
    XO

    https://styleonboard.wordpress.com

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