Roy Rasmussen was to earn widespread recognition from this landmark beginning.  He exhibited many of his works at the well known (although now defunct) Woodstock Gallery, off Bond Street in London; at the British Pavilion in the German Industries Fair (1961) and with the English Expressionists at the Galerie Creuze in Paris.  His works were set to become widespread: from a famous Regency Courtyard in Brighton, England, to private collections in various parts of the world.  His exhibitions, including one man shows, throughout the decades of the seventies, eighties and nineties spanned, in particular, many of the famous, and well-known art galleries throughout London’s West End; and were prominently featured at the John Whibley Gallery, Cork Street, London.

A chance spell in Egypt as a young man (due to military service during the War) exposed him to ideas and inspirations which would be nurtured and regenerated some decades later.