These pictures are painted by the so called Impressionists in the late 1800s and early 1900s. The above left is by Charles Camoin; the above center is by Piere Bonnard and the above right is by Pierre-Auguste Renoir. These are very good portraits of cats. The style of Impressionists is invented to depict felines. Human females, who commissioned their portraits, want to stress that they are nice, elegant, graceful and fluffy like their cats. But to my mind everyone could see how inferior human females are to felines.
      My favorite picture is the right one because it reminds me of my long lost brother whose name, alas, I will never know.

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