Greetings feline art lovers! It’s your Cat Info Detective, Skye Blake, on the hunt today for everything I can find about art, artists and the cats they love…
Did you know the feline form is portrayed in every artistic medium imaginable!
Sculpture, drawings, paintings, embroidery, caricatures and cartoons… all among the many ways people admire us fabulous felines!
Some of the great art masters used us in their works.
In fact, as far back as we have records, people have memorialized and admired our kitty brethren.
Our playful, sad, and crazy moods are displayed for everyone to enjoy.
From cartoons to oil paintings, Egyptian statues to modern movies, our pawprints have left their mark!
You, too, can enjoy learning how to draw and paint your feline pal.
It’s a great way to try something new while expressing your love for us.
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Join the fun as I hunt down more great art and discover your favorite portrayal of cats.
Send us your favorites…
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Sources used on this website are either primary or secondary.
Primary are always preferable and have the most reliable information because primary sources are original and directly referenced.
Scientific abstracts and data are good examples of primary sources.
Secondary sources are weaker because they usually consist of opinions or articles that give no sources of their own.
However, sometimes they refer to primary sources.
So, when I use secondary sources most are those with some authority, such as veterinarian or cat behaviorist books and articles.
List of Sources
(Links below are for your information only. I make no money from them.)
“Art Periods – A Detailed Look at the Art History Timeline“, artincontext.org, September 15, 2021
“How to Draw a Cat – Step-by-Step Tutorial to Make Cat Drawing Easy“, artincontext.org