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Fat cat Zarathustra in classical paintings

Secret of Mona Lisa's smile is now disclosed. Svetlana Petrova - Fat-cat-art

Secret of Mona Lisa’s smile is now disclosed. Svetlana Petrova – Fat-cat-art

Fat cat Zarathustra in classical paintings. Russian website Fatcatart.ru (Great Artists’ Mews) features the paintings of Botticelli, Rubens and other great masters that are given new life with the addition of a very fat cat named Zarathustra. Svetlana Petrova, artist from St. Petersburg, inserts images of Zarathustra, her cat, into the paintings by Rembrandt, Velazquez and Titian. Svetlana Petrova is known in her hometown as the founder of festival of street art and animation art “Multi-vision”. “My friends call my art crazy” – she said about the first reaction. Zarathustra lived for many years with Svetlana’s mother. When she died, Svetlana took the animal to her.

The Kitchen Maid by Johannes Vermeer + Fat cat Zarathustra

The Kitchen Maid by Johannes Vermeer + Fat cat Zarathustra

The painting above – The Kitchen Maid by Johannes Vermeer. If you make a comparison of this original version of Vermeer’s masterpiece and the version exposed at Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, you will see that the first one makes more sense. The kind woman is sad without a cat, she has nobody to care about, nobody to serve this fresh milk. Not fair

The Kitchen Maid by Johannes Vermeer + Fat cat Zarathustra

The Kitchen Maid by Johannes Vermeer + Fat cat Zarathustra

Liberty Leading the People, painting by Eugene Delacroix commemorating the French July Revolution of 1830

Liberty Leading the People, painting by Eugene Delacroix commemorating the French July Revolution of 1830

Liberty Leading the People, or Pussy Riot

Liberty Leading the People, or Pussy Riot

Pussy Riot, new addition. Do you know what is pussy riot? In the end of winter cats, who are not relieved of their animal desires, they sing, dance and fight searching love and understanding in the very unusual and inappropriate places

Danae the cat, on painting by Rembrandt

Danae the cat, on painting by Rembrandt

'Morning in a Pine Forest' - painting by Russian artist Ivan Shishkin

Fat cat Zarathustra in ‘Morning in a Pine Forest’ – painting by Russian artist Ivan Shishkin

'Morning in a Pine Forest' - painting by Russian artist Ivan Shishkin

‘Morning in a Pine Forest’ – painting by Russian artist Ivan Shishkin

Fat cat Zarathustra in 'The Caress', painting by Belgian symbolist painter Fernand Khnopff

Fat cat Zarathustra in ‘The Caress’, painting by Belgian symbolist painter Fernand Khnopff

'The Birth of Venus', painting by Sandro Botticelli

‘The Birth of Venus’, painting by Sandro Botticelli

Fat cat Zarathustra in 'The Birth of Venus', painting by Sandro Botticelli

Fat cat Zarathustra in ‘The Birth of Venus’, painting by Sandro Botticelli

The work of iconic Italian Renaissance, often taken as a symbol of Florence itself, and of his art. It represents one of the highest aesthetic creations of the Florentine painter, as well as a universal ideal of female beauty.

Fat cat Zarathustra in classical painting 'Knight On Horse', by Spanish artist Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez

Fat cat Zarathustra in classical painting ‘Knight On Horse’, by Spanish artist Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez

Knight On Horse, painting by Spanish artist Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez
Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez was a Spanish painter who was the leading artist in the court of King Philip IV. He was an individualistic artist of the contemporary Baroque period, important as a portrait artist. In addition to numerous renditions of scenes of historical and cultural significance, he painted scores of portraits of the Spanish royal family

Knight On Horse, painting by Spanish artist Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez

Knight On Horse, painting by Spanish artist Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez

Cats rule the world and only the Cat deserves to be an Emperor of the Universe

Cats rule the world and only the Cat deserves to be an Emperor of the Universe

Cats rule the world. Fat cat Zarathustra

Cats rule the world. Fat cat Zarathustra

Fat cat Zarathustra

Cats adore nice old ladies

Fat cat Zarathustra in a postage stamp, issued in USA in 1934

Fat cat Zarathustra in a postage stamp, issued in USA in 1934

there's much to improve in human life, that's what the cat is thinking about

there’s much to improve in human life, that’s what Fat cat Zarathustra is thinking about

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action

Money for a charity action. All the money received by this exchange was given to the animal shelter Rzevka in St.Petersburg, Russia. The new 2 cats bill features Zarathustra the Cat and Hank the Cat

great art to great cats, and big money of course

great art to great cats, and big money of course

How cat can improve the achitecture of a modern megapolis in it’s historical center, as an example st.Petersburg in Russia

How cat can improve the achitecture of a modern megapolis in it’s historical center, as an example st.Petersburg in Russia

Fat cat Zarathustra in art

Fat cat Zarathustra in art

Fat cat Zarathustra in art

Fat cat Zarathustra in art

at the lifted part of the Palace Bridge in st.Petersburg, Russia

at the lifted part of the Palace Bridge in st.Petersburg, Russia