a flowered hat can remove all doubt

matisse copy detail

When in doubt, choose flowers.

Indeed, when in doubt, copy something by an old (or new) master.  Include flowers.  Use oil pastels (they are the best EVER for simplicity and flexibility).  And when most in doubt, you can hardly go wrong by consulting Monsieur Henri Matisse.

Here, my small quick copy of “Femme au chapeau fleuri,” 1919.

matisse copy whole

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2 thoughts on “a flowered hat can remove all doubt

  1. lovely lady and hat! I have never tried a copy of a master, besides drawings. Painting are more intimidating but you give me the will to try :)

  2. flowers and hats – what’s not to love :D

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