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The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art

Who needs Rembrandt when you’ve got a saucy little tabby? In the Renaissance, you needed to have years of formal training in painting or sculpting to be considered one of the masters. Now, all you need is a cat, a camera and a decent internet connection. Here’s a collection of pretty remarkable recreations of cats as famous works of art. More than anything, this just makes me want to go pull my old Far Side: Wiener Dog Art book of the shelf.

1612 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Salvador Dali, “Woman At The Window” (1925)

1179 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Alfred Stevens, “The Bath” (1867)

296 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Richard Edward Miller, “Woman In Blue Dress” (1909)

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Titian, “Venus Of Urbino” (1538)

449 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Frederic Leighton, “Flaming June” (1895)

543 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Rembrandt Van Rijn, Self Portrait (1628)

633 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Ford Madox Brown, “Romeo And Juliet” (1870)

721 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Edgar Degas, “Two Dancers On Stage” (1874)

819 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
John William Waterhouse, “Echo And Narcissus” (1903)

913 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Mariano Fortuny, “Odalisque” (1861)

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George Benjamin Luks, “Young Girl With Doll” (Early 20th Century)

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Anton Einsle, “A Woman Before A Mirror” (1841)

1217 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Mary Cassat, “Breakfast In Bed” (1897)

1316 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Paul Cezanne, “Apples, Peaches, Pears, And Grapes” (1879)

1416 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Guido Reni, “Repentance Of St. Peter” (1635)

1513 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Carlo Dolci, “St. Catherine Reading A Book” (Late 17th Century

1712 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Ingres, “Grande Odalisque” (1814)

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John Singer Sargent, “Repose” (1911)

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Sir Joshua Reynolds, “Princess Sophia Matilda Of Gloucester” (1774)

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Joseph Ducreux, “Self Portrait Yawning” (1780)

2112 The Copycats: Cats Imitating Famous Works Of Art
Gerard Hoet, “Young Man Playing The Flute” (Early 18th Century)