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Fat Cat Art – Cat’s Guide to Classic Art

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Fat Cat Art – Cat’s Guide to Classic Art

There is one fat cat in the world that makes all art in the world better. And it’s not my cat unfortunately.

It’s Zarathustra. Have you heard of (or maybe I should write: seen) him?

Zarathustra and Monet. Source: https://fatcatart.com

Zarathustra and Monet. Source: https://fatcatart.com

He’s magnificent.

His owner, Svetlana Petrova is also an artist, who uses Zarathustra and pastes him into famous classic artworks. On her website you can buy all kinds of posters, canvas prints and other things with her works. Here we present couple of this Cat Art classics:

Botticelli’s Birth of the Cat

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

PrimaCat by Degas

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

The persistence of the Cat

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

Cat-Sphinx

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

The Catpoleon

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

The Creation of the Cat

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

The Fat Cat from Lascaux

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

Olympia.

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

Rembrandt’s Golden Rain

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

Cat the Drunkard (along with Bacchus)

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

Cat Gothic

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Copyrights: Svetlana Petrova & Zarathustra the Cat, source: https://fatcatart.com

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Art Historian, founder and CEO of DailyArtMagazine.com and DailyArt mobile app. But to be honest, her greatest accomplishment is being the owner of Pimpek the Cat.

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