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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Artist Svetlana Petrova re-created masterpieces by artfully adding her tubby cat Zarathustra to them. The giant feline on her lap could be the reason why Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa is smiling.
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    And what could be called a weighty cat emerges from the sea in Botticelli's "The Birth of Venus."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Artist Svetlana Petrova re-created masterpieces by artfully adding her oversize cat Zarathustra to them. Here, the chunky feline reclines in Rembrandt's "Danae."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    A fleshy nude woman poses with an equally Rubenesque Zarathustra in Peter Paul Rubens' "Three Graces."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Victor Mikhailovich Vasnetsov's "Epic Heroes" is the perfect place to show off Zarathustra's braver side.
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Zarathustra can easily double as a pile of hay in Claude Monet's "Haystacks in Giverny."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Space looks limited as Zarathustra shares the divan in Jacques Louis David's "Madame Recamier."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    The portly cat takes in the sun on a lazy day in Kuzma Petrov-Vodkin's "Spring."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Zarathustra is kissed by a cherub in Titian's "Venus and Cupid With an Organist."
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  • Russian Artist Recreates Classic Works Of Art Featuring Her Own Cat

    Artist Svetlana Petrova must have been feline funny when she decided to re-create some of the world's most-famous paintings with her gargantuan cat in them. Ginger moggy Zarathustra is now immortalized in works by some of the most-famous artists, including Botticelli, Dali, Da Vinci and Monet.
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