Cat statue and kitten sculpture
We offer a wide range of cat statues, from lifelike domestic pets (such as calico, black, white or Siamese cats) to stylized cats carved with modern techniques. If you are looking for a whimsical cat to the most realistic cat sculpture or breed of cat sculpture, then you are looking for the perfect cat statue for any purpose in the right gallery. Because of the value of cat services, the Egyptians regarded these animals as gods. Today’s domestic cats are descendants of Egyptian cats. Some of our cat series pay tribute to these founding fathers through selected Egyptian Bastets.
Purrfect Pals Cat Sculpture By Carruth
Fat Cat Wall Sculpture Plaque
Cat Orange Sleeping Sculpture Life-Size
Le Chat Noir Black Cat Statue By Steinlen
Figurine representation of the Black Cat as shown on the Poster for La Tournee du Chat Noir (Black Cat, 1896). In 1881, Rudolphe Salis opened the Le Chat Noir Cabaret on the Boulevard Rochechouart (which later moved to the Rue de Laval). It soon became a legendary safe haven for the stage arts and Steinlen resided at its heart. He designed scenery, worked on the popular shadow plays, and in particular, he designed the famous poster which adorned Paris’ walls. The black and red cat (the colors of anarchy) became Montmartre’s symbol, the enclave and gathering site of artists. The text: Montjoie Montmartre (Montmartre my joy) halos the beast’s mystical head. The press freedoms act and new printing methods gave Salis the opportunity to also publish a magazine. Le Chat Noir became a great success, even outside France, and this radiated onto Steinlen as its principal illustrator. Cats always played a major role in Steinlen’s work. He loved the stray cats on Montmartre’s roofs as did his colleagues, and adopted many of them to his wife’s dismay. Statue adaptation of a famous poster for Le Chat Noir is made from resin with hand painted color details. Includes color description card in multiple languages. Measures: 8 H x 3.5 W x 1.25 D.Theophile-Alexandre Steinlen (1859-1923) Steinlen stopped taking philosophy at a university in his home town of Lausanne prematurely to start working in Mulhouse as a textile designer. The socially committed, kindhearted artist left for Paris in 1881 with his wife, where they moved to the hill of Montmarte, a neighborhood which was about to develop into the epicenter of the French avant-garde. He befriended the painter Adolphe Willette who introduced him to the artistic circles around the Le Chat Noir Cabaret. In the early 1890’s, Steinlen still painted traditional subjects such as landscapes, flower still-lives and nudes, and these were exhibited for the first time at the Salon des Independents. His later work increasingly displayed social-realist tendencies. Steinlen became a sought after illustrator for legendary magazines such as Le Rire and Gil Bas. Some of his illustrations appeared pseudonymously in order to prevent political repercussions.
Japanese Good Luck Cat Meneki Neko
Missing You Lots Cat And Heart Fernandes
Raining Cats Piped Bronze Spouting Statue
Oscar The Funky Cat Sculpture
Cat Licking On Paw – Cat Sculpture
Owl Bronze Sculpture 14″ High
This wonderful bronze owl sculpture will stand the test of time and will be a heirloom to your family. It will be the wise owl that watches over your home or garden. Cast and crafted one piece at a time in the traditional lost wax method, which highlights the detail of the sculpt and guarantees lasting beauty. Sure to be a garden focal point, heirloom-quality bronze owl sculpture. Color patina is applied by hand one piece at a time, tone may vary.