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Monday, July 8, 2013


 Roger Hilton's "Boats. Perhaps."   And below, his "Landscape Study."

Roger's work sells in the estimated range of 25,000 to 35,000 English Pounds a piece.

Roger is valued as a pioneer of abstract art in post-war Britain.  Which is all fine and good, but we find it dark, and a tetch gloomy...    Perhaps best suited for lamp-lit baronial halls....

Diana Howse, the Countess of Harewood, also finds her pieces selling for tens of thousands of pound.

Napster admits that one must never compare artists, since each has a unique vision and style.   But for his purrrrr-poses, his works are brighter, more fun to have hanging on the wall, every bit as abstract and evocative.

And sell for far less.

He's just sayin'

Dolphins Chase the Moon. Gift to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

Yoga, the Downward Dog

Loon Dancer

Two Macaws

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