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Thursday, December 27, 2012


Artist Svetlana Petrova must have been feline funny when she decided to recreate some of the world's finest paintings - with her cat in them
Artist Svetlana Petrova must have been feline funny when she decided to recreate some of the world's finest paintings - with her cat in them
No wonder she's smiling: Leonardo's masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, on the left, and Svetlana Petrova's fat ginger moggy being cuddled on the right

Masterpiece: The famous Venus and an Organist and cupid by Titian in all its glory
Titian's masterpiece with Zarathustra inserted
Spot the difference: The famous Venus and an Organist and cupid by Titian in all its glory (left) and with natural born model Zarathustra (right)
Classic: Monet's 1886 work Haystack at Giverny is a much-loved Impressionist masterpiece is on show at The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia
Classic: Monet's 1886 work Haystack at Giverny is a much-loved Impressionist masterpiece is on show at The Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg, Russia
Clawed Monet: Haystack at Giverny with an extra cat in it, replacing the haystack
Clawed Monet: Haystack at Giverny with an extra cat in it, replacing the haystack
Vodkin Spring by Kuzma Petrov
Vodkin Spring by Kuzma Petrov, with the cat
Purr-iceless work of art: Vodkin Spring painted by Russian artist Kuzma Petrov in 1935 (left) and improved with Svetlana's cat (right)

The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, again with Zarathustra thrust into it
The Birth of Venus by Sandro Botticelli, again with Zarathustra thrust into it

Pallas and the Centaur by Sandro Botticelli
Pallas and the Centaur by Sandro Botticelli
Brush strokes: Pallas and the Centaur by the Italian Renaissance painter Sandro Botticelli, circa 1482, pictured left and with the ginger tom right

No wonder she's smiling: Leonardo's masterpiece, the Mona Lisa, on the left, and Svetlana Petrova's fat ginger moggy being cuddled on the right
Philip IV on Horseback by Diego Velazquez
Can in the hat: Philip IV on Horseback by Diego Velazquez with and without Svetlana's cat (right) and the pair pictured together (left)



Mirror image: Petrova's attention to detail, the reflection in the mirror, is the punchline to this 'masterpiece'
Mirror image: Petrova's attention to detail, the reflection in the mirror, is the punchline to this 'masterpiece'

Morning in the Pine Forest
Morning in the Pine Forest
Artist's muse versus artist's miaows: Morning in the Pine Forest, by Ivan Shishkin, above left, is given the Petrova treatment

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