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Moonglance Original Oil OOAK 8"x8"x1.5 " "Lazy Days" Cat Sleeping in Window | eBay

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Belinda Del Pesco

a watercolor portrait of a tuxedo cat, on a lime-green background, in a long vertical format

cat with kitten 1929, Foujita

Léonard Tsuguharu Foujita - "Cat with kitten", 1929 Japanese–French painter and print maker born in Tokyo, Japan, who applied Japanese ink techniques to Western style paintings.

Attributed to Jan Miel (Flemish, 1599–1664). Study of a Sleeping Cat, mid 17th century. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Paul Jeromack, in honor of Robert Tuggle, 2013 (2013.997.1) #cats

Study of a Sleeping Cat Artist: Attributed to Jan Miel (Flemish, Beveren Turin) Date: century

Ozaki

Untitled by Shozo Ozaki on Curiator, the world's biggest collaborative art collection.

This is digital print of my original watercolor painting of tabby and white cat Midday Rest Please note: it is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD print, you will not receive any physical item. You will receive 1 high resolution ( 300dpi) JPEG( appropriate for any pogram)image. You can make as many copies as you want. Print it at home or go to a print shop. For a better quality I recommend to print on professional printing paper and 4 or 6 colors ink jet. If you would like me to print and ship this print…

Print of the Original Watercolor Painting Tabby Cat Kitty Kitten Grey Brown Stripped Cute By Yuliya Podlinnova

From "The house that Jack built, a game of forfeits". Published 1807 by E. Marshall, 140, Fleet Street, from Aldermary Church-yard in London

From "The house that Jack built, a game of forfeits". Published 1807 by E. Marshall, Fleet Street, from Aldermary Church-yard in London

Elizabeth Norton, Little Grey Cat. ca. 1926. (Color Woodcut, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York)

Little Grey Cat Elizabeth Norton (American, Chicago Date: 1926 Medium: Color woodcut Dimensions: image: 5 x 4 in. x cm) sheet: 11 x 7 in. x cm) Classification: Prints

Henriette Ronner-Knip (Amsterdam 1821-1909 Elsene) A kitten playing with jewellery

Henriette Ronner-Knip (Amsterdam Elsene) A kitten playing with jewellery. * I've heard cats like to take shiny things and we have to put away our jewelry. I caught our latest kitten at my open jewelry box one day, making off with something sparkly.

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