May be Gerard Bicker was not so fat actually?
May be the reason of his big belly was that he loved his fat cat so much that brought him everywhere hidden in folds of his costume? www.fatcatart.ru
Inspired by: Portrait of Gerard Andriesz Bicker
Zarathustra the cat visits Edwaert Collier's Vanitas. A cat also can be subject to vanity, especially when he looks at a catlogue of his portraits.
Inspired by: Vanitas Still Life
Dutch Still Life of the golden XVII century is a realm of opulence where you seem to find everything you want. But where is Russian salad at this banquet? - asks Zarathustra the cat. http://fatcatart.ru/2013/01/and-where-is-russian-salad/
Inspired by: Banquet Still Life
Zarathustra the Cat was so gracious to visit Vermeer's Milkmaid: the kind woman should have somebody to care about, a large ginger cat for exemple http://fatcatart.ru/2012/06/finding-our-milky-way/?lang=en
Inspired by: The Milkmaid
Zarathustra the Cat visited Pieter Claesz's masterpiece and found it tasty. To be seen at http://fatcatart.ru/2013/06/flower-or-turkey-pie/?lang=en
Inspired by: Still Life with a Turkey Pie
Zarathustra the Cat visited Rembrandt's Nightwatch. Cats watches works of art, and struggle with rats in museums of the world, for this reason Zarathustra decided to join the company. To be seen http://fatcatart.ru/2012/04/the-cat-s-night-watch/?lang=en
Inspired by: Militia Company of District II under the Command of Captain Frans…
A billboard "Zarathustra the Cat visits Jan Steen's Merry Family" was used as a promotion of Multi-Bridge St.Peterburg-Amsterdam event during Netherlads-Russia Year 2013.
Inspired by: The Merry Family
Zarathustra the Cat is a Russian orange tabby that travels in art history. His visits of great artworks are wide known in the Internet as Famous Paintings Improved by Cats. The cat has his own blog www.fatcatart.ru were he reveals his discoveries in art.