Art Print "The Virgin with Five Cats" (after Gustav Klimt), A4
- High quality art print, inspired by Gustav Klimts The Virgin, 1913.
- Printed on Accent Calisto textured paper from the UK brand G.F Smith
- Style: Art Nouveau
- Dimensions: 21 x 29.7 cm (A4)
- The purrfect gift for everyone who is just as big a cat lover as Gustav Klimt was
Fun fact: Gustav Klimt was not only the best-known representative of Viennese Art Nouveau, he was also a huge cat lover and lived together with eight cats! In one of his rare photos he is holding a cat in his arms.
Consequently, in Niaski's interpretation of the eponymous Virgin (1913), there are not six other women as in the original, but five cats. Gustav Klimt would have liked that.
The high-quality art print (A4) is signed by Niaski and printed with a white border on textured Accent Calisto paper from the British brand G.F Smith. It is the purrfect gift for anyone who is at least as big a cat lover as Gustav Klimt was.
The picture frame is for illustrative purposes only and is not included.
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- Lovingly designed calendar 2024 with various cat illustrations
- 13 sheets, secured with a black document clip
- Printed on high-quality and very strong paper
- Paper quality: 300g/m², cream-colored, FSC-certified, wood-free, acid-free and age-resistant
- Format: A5 (14.8 x 21 cm)
- Pleasant feel thanks to a high volume
- Particularly handy: Once the month is over, you can simply cut off the cat motif and send it as a postcard or frame it.
Surprise your cat-crazy friends with a special handmade cat calendar! The great thing is that the calendar doesn't just end up in the bin later. The motifs can simply be cut off and become even more fun as a beautiful wall decoration or as a postcard.
Katja Rub created the original illustrations using scrapboard. This involves scraping away the top layer of coated cardboard. She then scanned them and edited them on the computer.