Thursday, February 28, 2019

#CatThursday - #Cats in #Art (37) Romantic and Victorian eras

Welcome to the weekly meme that celebrates the wonders and sometime hilarity of cats! Join us by posting a favorite lolcat pic you may have come across, famous cat art or even share with us pics of your own beloved cat(s). It's all for the love of cats! Share the link to your post with your comment below.

Charles Edward Perugini 1839-1918. At Play

Walking Lion by Theodore Gericault

Francisco de Goya - Don Manuel Osorio Manrique de Zuñiga 
(detail), c. 1787-88 - Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY

Lion and Lioness' by George Stubbs, 1778

Miss Ann White's Kitten, by George Stubbs, 1790

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  1. I love cats and always find myself laughing at their antics. My cat chases our dog around and totally is in control. I shared this photo because my daughter is a genetics counselor and she told me what happens genetically to make a cat look like it is split in half.

    I'd also like to invite you to join me in a reading challenge to read books you own. Check out the details. 'My Own Books' Reading Challenge

    1. That kitty is SO cute! I find that genetic phenomenon extremely fascinating.

      I'm already doing my own self-imposed challenges to read my own books. You can read all about it in my post here:

      Thanks for stopping by, Anne. I hope you will visit again. I looked for a "subscribe by email" option on your blog, but couldn't find one. I'll try to subscribe to your feed.

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