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Eduard Cîrstea(kurr-stah) is a freelance photographer from Romania. He is a feline lover whose artwork is trending on the web for an amazing reason.
Undoubtedly, the strange images of medieval art have always fascinated everyone. The artist has photoshopped his ash-gray tomcat into some classic old images and made them quite refreshing one. Have a look at his furry buddy posing in the ancient times.
Michelangelo created this fresco painting in which God is shown breathing life in the first man of the world. This feline companion seems to provide a great company to Adam in this artwork.
This antique painting by Grant Wood is kept on display in the Art Institute of Chicago. The picture of farmer and mysterious lady has been widely parodied in American culture. The woman in the picture is either wife or daughter of the old man but cat doesn't want her to reveal about it.
This oil-on-canvas 'The Milkmaid' painting is also known as 'The Kitchen Maid.' It was painted by the Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer. The cat waiting for her favorite meal seems to be perfect in the picture.
It is one of the most popular paintings by Jacques-Louis. Cat seems frightened due to the murder of the French revolutionary leader Jean-Paul Marat.
It is a late 15th century wall painting by Leonardo da Vinci. This cute feline seems to be one of the disciples of 'The Last Supper' of Jesus.
This beautiful artwork was painted by the Italian painter Sandro Botticelli in 1483. This adorable cat truly belongs to the Roman gods Mars and Venus.
It is an oil-on-canvas artwork of Napolean Bonaparte Crossing the Alps by French artist Hippolyte Delaroche. This hero cat also seems to be playing a great role in this painting.
The Italian artist Leonardo da Vinci painted this famous artwork between 1503 and 1506. It seems that this cute feline actually belongs to Mona Lisa. Share this wonderful artwork with your friends and family.