Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

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Cats are graceful, mysterious animals that would perfectly fit into the subjects of paintings by great masters. Svetlana Petrova, the owner of a cat named Zarathustra from St. Petersburg, also somehow decided to introduce her pet to art. She started putting photos of the kittens on famous works of art. Since then, many works have appeared, and Zarathustra has become a real star. Let's take a look at the latest selection!

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

St. Petersburg artist Svetlana Petrova masterfully puts a photo of her red cat Zarathustra on famous paintings using Photoshop. Among the works in which Zarathustra has already "participated" are paintings by Vincent van Gogh, Leonardo da Vinci, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Frida Kahlo.

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

During this time, the red cat became popular – he even had an exhibition in the UK. In fact, in addition to touching and entertaining, Zarathustra has an important mission – he "revives" famous works of art, giving them a touch of modernity.

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Zarathustra – St. Petersburg cat, who became part of the masterpieces of world art

Keywords: Culture | Animals | St. petersburg | World | Cat | Positive | Art | Masterpiece

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