From my continuing weekly Sunday series of cats in art. I'm using some ideas from the coffee table book, The Cat in Art, by Stefano Zuffi.
This is my fifteenth post on Franz Marc (1880-1916), a key German painter whose life tragically ended early on the Western Front in 1916. Maybe he even knew my great-grandfather. This will be a multi-week series (I am still uncovering his cat works)
Image credit The Atheneum, here. Two Reclining Black Cats, Franz Marc, 1913, India ink and opaque colors on postcard, 3.5" x 5.5", held in a private collection.
As we saw last week, here's another tiny image--postcard sized--this time of a couple of black kitties. And covered with gray triangles that to me resemble nothing so much as cat ears (or shark's teeth, if you prefer).
These guys are alert and ready for whatever the painter may have in mind...but for now, just laying there is good enough.