About Edward Hopper’s New York window with cats… It’s a reimagining by Cat Artist Deborah Julian. Hopper’s a curious character. You get an uncertain range of ideas about him. Like with cats.
Edouard Vuillard’s Office Cat… Visual artists invent worlds to put their work in context. Creativity spills into the world where you, I and cats live… Edouard Vuillard, for example, lived in a particularly ripe time that included impressionism, cubism, fauvism, expressionism and more. It was an impressive list […]
Picasso’s Cat Before A Mirror… You’d have an interesting time and very likely get lost, taking a hike through the mind of Pablo Picasso like this cat did. From Famous Artists’ Cats: The Book By David Stone No guarantee the experience would be pleasant; in fact, you could […]
About the black cat in Monet’s garden….. By David Stone Claude Monet moved to Giverny in 1883. He was 43 years old and a recent widower with two children. His life, once so difficult he attempted suicide, impoverished and unrecognized, began turning around. He painted eventual masterpieces in […]
Gauguin’s Cat is a whimsical parody of Paul Gauguin’s Still Life with Three Puppies. Deborah Julian‘s imagined cat insists on sharing the puppies’ cream.
Beautiful blue cat art with Matisse Goldfish inspires our most popular chapter in Famous Artists’ Cats: The Book. By David Stone/Artwork by Deborah Julian Hardly a day goes by when one or more cat lovers don’t click the heart button and repin it on Pinterest boards. The Cat in […]
Rene Magritte’s Invisible Cat and why you can’t see him… Walking into a room of Rene Magritte’s paintings is like entering a workout gymnasium for your brain. Nothing expected happens with Rene Magritte, even when you expect the unexpected. By David Stone One of his most […]
Pierre Bonnard Cats, an Impressionist Afternoon By David Stone French impressionist Pierre Bonnard didn’t paint many cats, at least not as many among his canvases as I’d have liked. Bonnard is one of my favorites. So are cats. I wish they’d gotten together more often. Bonnard enhanced his […]
About Monet’s Black Cat… I love Claude Monet, not as much as I love cats, but enough to have appreciated his paintings in more museum visits than I can count.
Deborah Julian’s handmade cards are original. They combine the tradition of fine art and the fun of cat art. The cat cards here started out as cat prints and were adapted to make handmade cards.