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Cats through Art History * The fame of Russian artist Svetlana Petrova--or rather, her cat Zarathustra--has swept across the internet. Petrova inherited the big orange cat in 2009 from her late mother. She was grieving deeply for her mother when a friend suggested that the process those feelings by using Zarathustra in an art project. Thus arose Fat Cat Art, Petrova's ongoing effort to place her cat in famous works of art, such as Salvador Dalí's The Persistence of Memory.

Cats through Art History

Ameri-cat Gothic by Grant Wood Artist Inserts Her Fat Cat Into Famous Classical Paintings Russian artist Svetlana Petrova photoshops her awesome cat named Zarathustra into iconic and famous works of art…

Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin, “Spring” (8/13)   http://www.wikiart.org/en/kuzma-petrov-vodkin/spring-1935

Famous Works of Art Improved by Cats

Fat cat Zarathustra is digitally added into the painting:"Vodkin Spring" painted by Russian artist Kuzma Petrov in 1935

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Dujardin Boy Blowing Soap Bubbles Allegory on the Transitoriness and the Brevity of Life cat

Famous Paintings Improved With Fat Cats

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Svetlana Petrova, Portrait of an Unknown Woman in Russian Costume and a Very Known Cat in a Vet Collar, based on Ivan Argunov, Portrait of an Unknown Woman in.

Peter Paul Rubens, The abduction of the Fat Cat from the Daughter of Leucippus  Spanish art XVII-XVIII century

Peter Paul Rubens, The abduction of the Fat Cat from the Daughter of Leucippus Spanish art XVII-XVIII century

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