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Composition with Cat: Lost Masterpieces of the 20th Century Paperback – Jun 1997


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This collection of feline paintings is a spoof on the art world. Did cats really paint these works? Only the author and his cats know. The book contains "biographies" and photographs of the artist's cats.

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Will make you smile 28 Aug. 2006
By Anne McCoy - Published on Amazon.com
Delightful! The premise is that a collection of paintings was donated to the Philip Wood Gallery of Nonprimate Art with the stipulation that all of the paintings were to be kept together. When the author, a curator, went to pick up the collection, he found that each painting was a portrait of a cat. None of the paintings were signed, but the styles were recognizable: Magritte, Matisse, Christo, O'Keefe, Miro, Mondrian, Lichtenstein, Hopper, Pollock, Warhol. Each of these artists did in fact own a cat; pictures and brief bios of the kitties are included. If you love cats and/or modern art, this book will delight you.
A Fab Find! 23 Sept. 2014
By SYBIL BLAZEJ-YEE - Published on Amazon.com
A fabulous find for any feline and art aficionado, both fun and funny with some variations on a theme being better than the original.
Sybil Blazej-Yee, Librarian, artist, dog walker, cat servant to the Orange Tabby Mafia
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