Photoshopping Your Cat Into Classic Artwork Will Never Get Old


Eduard Cîrstea (that’s kurr-stah) is an amateur photographer and noted feline enthusiast from Romania. When I say “noted”, I actually mean he never stops telling everybody about his ash-gray tomcat. So when his furry companion struck a pose during a spontaneous photoshoot, Eduard saw the opportunity to remind everyone that cats truly belong in classic paintings.

Be it enforcing censorship in Michelangelo’s “The Creation Of Adam” or crossing the Saint-Bernard pass alongside Napoleon in Jacques-Louis David’s “Bonaparte Crossing The Alps”, the feline hero always seems to play a pivotal part in whatever’s going on.

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The Creation Of Adam – Michelangelo

The Milkmaid – Johannes Vermeer

American Gothic – Grant Wood

The Death Of Marat – Jacques-Louis David

The Last Supper – Leonardo da Vinci

Mars And Venus – Sandro Botticelli

Bonaparte Crossing The Alps – Jacques-Louis David

Mona Lisa – Leonardo da Vinci


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