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Artwork Featuring Hats

Discussion in 'Hats' started by randooch, Nov 27, 2012.

  1. randooch

    randooch I'll Lock Up

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    Yours or someone else's, painted, drawn, sculpted, or whatever, so long as it's "art."

    Post up whatever visual treats you happen upon!

    Here's an unattributed painting I ran across on eBay France:
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  2. randooch

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    Stevie Ray, at home in Austin:
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  3. bowlerman

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    Good thread!
    Sorry for the terrible pic, but I couldn't seem to both get enough light and avoid glare at the same time. :p

    John Singer Sargent, 1889

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  4. SpeedRcrX

    SpeedRcrX One Too Many

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    All right, here is my contribution to this thread but it won't be something extraordinary....
    It's a little self-portrait I've done in pencil.
    It features Art's Black Cherry hat.

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  5. daizawaguy

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  6. Shangas

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    Collins St., 5:00pm

    A painting by Melbourne artist John Brack, from 1955, illustrating the evening rush-hour.

    Collins St., Melbourne, 1910:

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  7. That's a great self portrait Speed R.
     
  8. danofarlington

    danofarlington My Mail is Forwarded Here

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    Don't forget Jack Vettriano, a modern hat master whose painting subjects favor men and sometimes women in hats, usually vintage scenes.
     
  9. alanfgag

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    +1... love it. Thanks for sharing.
     
  10. SpeedRcrX

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    Thank you Gentlemen. m(_ _)m
     
  11. randooch

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    Great additions, folks!
    1910 Melbourne architecture, wow! The Brack painting captures very well that low level stress exuded by mass commuters.

    Jeff, that Sargent painting is intriguing. I'd like to see the spidery fingers on that right hand up close.

    Thanks for posting your excellent sketch, SpeedRcrX. Enviable talent!

    Dano, thanks for the reference. His risqué offerings don't feature hats, but several other works certainly do:
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  12. Hoyt Clagwell

    Hoyt Clagwell One of the Regulars

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    "In His Steps" print by Mark Keathley. This one hangs in the living room
     
  13. RBH

    RBH Bartender

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    A couple of works from Gatlinburg TN artist Paul Murray.


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  14. bowlerman

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  15. seabass

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    WOW this is a very good thread !
    Keep it coming.....
    Randooch, funny i have been listening to Stevie Ray for the last 3 days straight !!!!
    I met a guy that toured with him a while back in he early days....
     
  16. danofarlington

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    That's a print I bought at Target for $40 in 2004 or so. I really like it. Then I saw it in a larger size, like 3' x 2', at a local framing shop. It's a great painting. It feeds my enthusiasm for wide brims.
     
  17. Short Balding Guy

    Short Balding Guy I'll Lock Up

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    Belgian Surrealist Rene Magritte is certainly known for his many paintings with the iconic bowlers.

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    How about sculpture inspired by Magritte created by British artist Jake Phipps?

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    UK based artist Inge Thuland:

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    Unforgettable image by Vincent Van Gogh. His self portrait is very revealing.

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    Eric -
     
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  18. Wonderful paintings. Very well done!
    HD
     
  19. SpeedRcrX

    SpeedRcrX One Too Many

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    Thanks I don't have a scanner at home so I usually take interesting photos of my artwork

    like this one (sorry for the OT):

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  20. bowlerman

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    Wow! Another great photo. The dragon just needs something to cozy up its horns in, that's all.
    Is the peripheral blur effect post-production or straight from your camera?
     

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