239328 Cat -artist . Present idea for cat lovers.

Cat -artist . Present idea for cat lovers.

in Oil,Acrylic by Olga Koval No Artist Reviews
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Artist. Cat in a hat.
Version of famous self portrait " Self Portrait in a Straw Hat by Louise Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun with a cat insured by images which I have found in a book " Cats Galore" by Susan Herbert . She has given us feline versions of unforgettable works of art as well as well remembered scenes from the theater, opera and films. Words cannot describe the surprise and pleasure found in seeing this art pieces .
I have done one of them for cats lovers in acrylic and oil on canvas .
Ready to hang .
Signed on the front
I created this painting using fine artist oil paints which will not fade when they get exposed to UV light Painting continues around the edges of the canvas giving a very contemporary style although it can be framed if you wish
This work is sold unframed and shipped in cardboard box which is very secure for shipping canvases

W 16.00" x H 22.00"
W 40.64 cm x H 55.88 cm
Oil, acrylic on linen canvas
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About the Artist

Olga became passionate about art in her teens when she spent countless hours visiting galleries and libraries researching artists. In her twenties, she travelled around Europe to see the masters that had inspired her. Olga was particularly inspired by the European masters of the 16th to 20th cent...

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