Cats playing a quiet game of cards, cats at the ballet, cats having a leisurely lunch on
the grass, cats boating on the river… Here are the quintessential Impressionist cats,
painted with vivid, joyous colours in their favourite haunts, at their ease in various
With their pensive, brooding expressions, cats lend themselves perfectly to
reimagining the great works of the Impressionist masters, whether strolling among
Monet’s wild poppies, sitting in Mary Cassatt’s loge at the opera, or even enjoying
a Sunday dance at Renoir’s Bougival. They can be charming or steeped in mute
despair, vulgar or lovingly maternal, bourgeois or intellectual – but they are always
Impressionist cats, caught as if by the camera, spontaneous and unprepared.
'‘Captures the mood of each of the original works so eloquently that we can’t help but be enamoured’ '