Hats. Beginning with fuchsia

mirna-miniDear Mirna, you can feel yourself the real mother

of the Hat’s Section of this blog.

This is my little tribute for your great idea.

Thanks so much to you, and thanks so much to the friendly followers of this site.

By Donovan, Bill - Butterflies over the fuchsia hat

By Donovan, Bill – Butterflies over the fuchsia hat

By West, Benjamin - A woman wears a hat with ribbons

By West, Benjamin – A woman wears a hat with ribbons

By Fores, Samuel William - Fashion in London during the 18th century

By Fores, Samuel William – Fashion in London during the 18th century

By Waterhouse, John William - Soldier with helmet

By Waterhouse, John William – Soldier with helmet

By Singer Sargent - A veiled woman on a boat

By Singer Sargent – A veiled woman on a boat

By Hopper, Edward - Two sketches about a seated man with a hat

By Hopper, Edward – Two sketches about a seated man with a hat

By Model, Philippe - The lady of the garnet gloves

By Model, Philippe – The lady of the garnet gloves

By Hesse, Raymond - Two shivery flappers

By Hesse, Raymond – Two shivery flappers

By Léger, Fernand A family in front of a millinery

By Léger, Fernand A family in front of a millinery

By Hartmann, Víktor - Chick-hat for children. Sketch for the 'Pictures at an Exhibition' composed by Mussorgsky

By Hartmann, Víktor – Chick-hat for children. Sketch for the ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ composed by Mussorgsky

By Drian, Étienne A. - Swing of feathers

By Drian, Étienne A. – Swing of feathers

By Renefer, Raymond - Study of four beholders

By Renefer, Raymond – Study of four beholders

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29 responses to “Hats. Beginning with fuchsia

  1. awesome!! I really LOVE hats, these are great.
    we need more hats, lol thanks for sharing this ! cheers, debi

  2. Precious!

    The first one is magnifique and my favourite ^^ but the picture where there are children…. I don’t like anything! It has a point… a bit grotesque. It makes me feel uncomfortable haha.

    A big kiss for my friend 🙂 Have a wonderful day^^

    • Dearest Sara, Modest Mussorgsky (1839-1881) was an innovator of music in the Romantic Period.
      He was great friends with Viktor Hartmann, a Russian artist an architect.
      When Victor died suddenly at the age of 39, the Russian art world organised an exhibition of over 400 of his paintings.
      Mussorgsky attended the exhibition (in 1874) and within six weeks he had composed ‘Pictures at an Exhibition’ in Viktor Hartmann’s honour.
      The watercolor inserted in this post is the design for the set of a scene from the Ballet Trilby. A fantasy about the unhatched. Is not my favourite of this compilation, I prefer the Waterhouse’s one, but now we can watch it with a different and quiet gaze.
      I hope after this you’ll be better. Your worry has been useful because now we know more. I didn’t know this information before sending it to you. So… thanks so much again for your visit, your confidence and your honest comment . Best wishes ❤

  3. so classy these pictures…i love the use of the pink colour!
    have a nice we
    daniela

  4. Querido Enric, desculpe a demora. Estive fora da internet por alguns dias. Que lindíssimo post!!!. Que belíssimos chapéus! E que linda surpresa! 🙂 🙂
    Um grande beijo e me aguarde em Madri. 🙂 🙂

    • Mirna, querida, la demora es sólo mía.
      Estar unos días sin internet es un ejemplo que todos deberíamos seguir. Tu siempre sabes enseñar alguna nueva experiencia. Eres vital, sincera y creativa, y por eso tan admirable.
      Desde que la publicación de los sombreros, tiene tu aprobación, puedo sentirme orgulloso de que te haya gustado, que además tu eres la experta. Espero ese mes de septiembre de 2017, cuando llegues a España y nos encontremos. ¡Gracias viajera! Un gran beso de mi parte ❤

      • Eu simplesmente adorei o post. Belíssimo Enric. Você tem uma sensibilidade para o belo que é só sua. Obrigada por tudo, por suas palavras, apoio . Beijos MM

      • Wow M&M !!! Tu apoyo, es realmente una bendición. Ahora este post es más bello con tu opinión. Esas palabras tuyas, son un privilegio para este blog, y yo te estoy infinitamente agradecido. Um beijo enorme para você. OBRIGADO !

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