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Following on from my "Hatters" series, this painting, "Men in Hats", shows a crowd of men, all of whom follow the fashion of the era by wearing a hat (1920s circa).  In fact etiquette used to dictate that to go out without a hat was considered disgraceful.  This whole idea fascinates me, hence my several paintings featuring hats as the main character and keeping to my minimal palette technique. Watch out for "Women in hats".
Following on from my "Hatters" series, this painting, "Men in Hats", shows a crowd of men, all of whom follow the fashion of the era by wearing a hat (1920s circa).  In fact etiquette used to dictate that to go out without a hat was considered disgraceful.  This whole idea fascinates me, hence my several paintings featuring hats as the main character and keeping to my minimal palette technique. Watch out for "Women in hats".
Following on from my "Hatters" series, this painting, "Men in Hats", shows a crowd of men, all of whom follow the fashion of the era by wearing a hat (1920s circa).  In fact etiquette used to dictate that to go out without a hat was considered disgraceful.  This whole idea fascinates me, hence my several paintings featuring hats as the main character and keeping to my minimal palette technique. Watch out for "Women in hats".
Following on from my "Hatters" series, this painting, "Men in Hats", shows a crowd of men, all of whom follow the fashion of the era by wearing a hat (1920s circa).  In fact etiquette used to dictate that to go out without a hat was considered disgraceful.  This whole idea fascinates me, hence my several paintings featuring hats as the main character and keeping to my minimal palette technique. Watch out for "Women in hats".
Following on from my "Hatters" series, this painting, "Men in Hats", shows a crowd of men, all of whom follow the fashion of the era by wearing a hat (1920s circa).  In fact etiquette used to dictate that to go out without a hat was considered disgraceful.  This whole idea fascinates me, hence my several paintings featuring hats as the main character and keeping to my minimal palette technique. Watch out for "Women in hats".
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Men in hats Painting

Rosalind Roberts

United Kingdom

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 23.6 W x 19.7 H x 0.4 D in

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Following on from my "Hatters" series, this painting, "Men in Hats", shows a crowd of men, all of whom follow the fashion of the era by wearing a hat (1920s circa). In fact etiquette used to dictate that to go out without a hat was considered disgraceful. This whole idea fascinates me, hence my several paintings featuring hats as the main character and keeping to my minimal palette technique. Watch out for "Women in hats".

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:23.6 W x 19.7 H x 0.4 D in

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I have recently moved back to the UK after living in Italy for almost all my adult life. The Mediterranean lifestyle features greatly in my work and I hope it continues to do so. Check out my latest slideshow on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_XKGOFS3ao0&feature=youtu.be Rosalind Roberts is a full-time English artist, living and working in Milan, Italy. My art is all about people and how they relate to their environment. In the sunshine or in the shade. Even when no figure can be seen in a painting, the human being with all his/her moods and eccentricities, fragility and strength, is still very present. Where would we be without other people? Interacting with others is a necessity and I find myself drawn to depicting this interaction. Being an artist for me means being on a never-ending learning curve. You can never put the brush down and say, “Right, I’ve mastered it”. You have to continually strive to improve and refine your technique. Sometimes it can be very frustrating and then one day, click, you’ve moved along the curve a little bit more and the sun is shining down on you. Thanks to Saatchiart and the Internet, I now have collectors all over the world, some of whom I am in contact with on a regular basis. It gives me enormous pleasure to think of my creations hanging on walls all over the world and to thank my collectors, I always enclose a surprise gift in their package.

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