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Svetlana Petrova s Fat Cat Art Famous Masterpieces Improved by A Ginger Cat with Attitude is a wonderful book for cat lovers I really enjoyed the masterpieces after they had been improved by Zarathustra I also found Ms Petrova s writings to be delightful and a wonderful addition to the art in the book I would definitely recommend this book to feline lovers.My copy of this book was won from the Goodreads website I would give it 5.5 stars if I could I guess I m a bit partial to this book Svetlana Petrova s Fat Cat Art Famous Masterpieces Improved by A Ginger Cat with Attitude is a wonderful book for cat lovers I really enjoyed the masterpieces after they had been improved by Zarathustra I also found Ms Petrova s writings to be delightful and a wonderful addition to the art in the book I would definitely recommend this book to feline lovers.My copy of this book was won from the Goodreads website I would give it 5.5 stars if I could I guess I m a bit partial to this book because I used to have a kitty that could be Zarathustra s doppelganger and I now have another ginger cat with attitude, Mr Sunny Svetlana Petrova s Fat Cat Art Famous Masterpieces Improved by a Ginger Cat with Attitude is a clever collection of famous art into which Petrova s 22 lb ginger tabby, Zarathustra, has been thoughtfully inserted That concept alone would probably be enough, but Petrova has upped the ante by integrating a cute combination of accompanying text written from Zarathustra s perspective as the book progresses through the history of art by select genres in chronological order The book develops a numb Svetlana Petrova s Fat Cat Art Famous Masterpieces Improved by a Ginger Cat with Attitude is a clever collection of famous art into which Petrova s 22 lb ginger tabby, Zarathustra, has been thoughtfully inserted That concept alone would probably be enough, but Petrova has upped the ante by integrating a cute combination of accompanying text written from Zarathustra s perspective as the book progresses through the history of art by select genres in chronological order The book develops a number of different themes, exploring the place of memes in popular culture, the symbolism and stylistic conventions of art history, and the many ways in which the ubiquitous tabby has been excluded from iconic art conspiracy, perhaps Zarathustra might agree.These works are farthan just photo shopping a cat into a famous painting Instead, Petrova had to meticulously work in the style of the original artist to drape a hand around this kitty and otherwise position the cat into the work There s definitely something here for everyone, and it was hard for me to chose a favorite as they were all so entertaining The kitty at Lascaux, El Greco, Sargent, and Whistler are definitely in the running Fun stuff, for which I thank the First Reads Giveaway folks for delivering this one to my house where I could share them with another willful ginger kitty ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A WAY TO INCORPORATE YOUR LOVE OF CATS AND ARTWORKHAVE NO FEAR, THIS DOES IT FOR YOU Photoshopping a fat ginger cat in works of art sounds gimmicky, but Svetlana Petrova and her cat muse, Zarathustra, make this combination work, and there is nothing gimmicky about it Petrova s introduction gives the backstory about how she came to this idea She writes with a distinct voice and speaks eloquently and succinctly about the popularity of cats in pop culture and how her Fat Cat Art taps into that but is also somethingShe talks about the process, which gets technical but is fa Photoshopping a fat ginger cat in works of art sounds gimmicky, but Svetlana Petrova and her cat muse, Zarathustra, make this combination work, and there is nothing gimmicky about it Petrova s introduction gives the backstory about how she came to this idea She writes with a distinct voice and speaks eloquently and succinctly about the popularity of cats in pop culture and how her Fat Cat Art taps into that but is also somethingShe talks about the process, which gets technical but is fascinating with how she photographs her cat in the pose she wants to insert into an art piece The book divides the art into chapters of the different periods, and each artwork includes a blurb in Zarathustra s voice about how the cat was supposed to be in each artwork but was erased from history, at the same time giving bits of history and trivia about the art work itself, along with bits about cats It s cute seeing the cat using cat language, like mews for muse, arrt for art, and speaking with the royal we and cat with a capital C It s a clever way of sneaking in art history, which is one of Petrova s stated purposes behind her Fat Cat Art, especially if readers viewers want to compare the original The artwork is indeed improved by the presence of her cat, with clever positions and appropriate expressions The photoshopping is done so well that it s hard to see most of the time that the cat wasn t originally there Zarathustra s grandiose voice makes the history and trivia interesting and not dry at all, and it is a huge part of not getting hung up on the unlikely premise that the cat was supposed to be present at all periods of art history that it had been erased from This book is almost 300 pages long, even with it being at least half picture and half explanations, and it takes longer to read through the explanations, but the reading is worth it with Zarathustra s distinct voice making the educational bits engaging to read and taking each picture beyond just an interesting novelty My favorites were the Mona Lisa and The Persistence of Meowmery I love all the great pictures and the stories are awesome This is a great coffee table book I find myself picking it up often to look at the great cat pictures You have a wonderful and whimsical way of sharing the pictures This book is worthy of 5 stars MY ginger cat also agrees with this Thank you GoodReqads.com for the book Thank you to Svetlana Petrova for this wonderful picture and story book that I will display and look at for a long time. I loved this book and so did a few of my friends who wanted to look at it while I was reading it The idea of substituting That beautiful fat yellow cat for people in famous masterpieces of art was ingenious And the sayings of the kitty along with each picture was truly special I would love to recommend this wonderful book to all the cat lovers out there, wether they appreciate art or not This book is magical one of a kind Thank you for letting me read it It was a win from good reads. Famous artworks with a fat ginger cat Seriously, this idea is stellar The actual realization is incredible too, if you read how the artist creates the actual works with all the posing and photo shopping They re all seriously cute, but the Boticelli is my personal favorite It s a piece I recreated myself in High School, except I did it as an anime style piece A great book for cat and art lovers alike Four stars. *READ DOWNLOAD ⇦ Fat Cat Art: Famous Masterpieces Improved by a Ginger Cat with Attitude ↡ Internet meme meets classical art in Svetlana Petrova s brilliant Fat Cat Art Featuring her twenty two pound, ginger colored cat Zarathustra superimposed onto some of the greatest artworks of all time, Petrova s paintings are an Internet sensation Now fans will have the ultimate full color collection of her work, including several never before seen pieces, to savor for themselves or to give as a gift to fellow cat lovers From competing with Venus s sexy reclining pose and almost knocking her off her chaise lounge in the process in Titian s Venus of Urbino, to exhibiting complete disdain as he skirts away from God s pointing finger in Michelangelo s Creation of Adam, Zarathustra single handedly rewrites art history in the way that only an adorable fat cat can I won this book through the giveaways It is purr fect Someone had to say it If you like art and cats you will like this book Very funny. I didn t actually read the book, but did anyone really However, I did look at the pictures, and those alone are worth it.