From my continuing weekly Sunday series of cats in art. Having moved on from Stefano Zuffi's marvelous work, The Cat in Art, I am now using some ideas from Caroline Bugler's equally impressive book, The Cat/3500 Years of the Cat in Art. You really should check out and/or own both of these wonderful works, easily available on Amazon or eBay (and I have no financial interest).
This my fourth post (of at least 5) on the cat art of John Frederick Lewis.
Image credit The Great Cat, Harem Life in Constantinople, John Frederick Lewis, no other information available.
And the kitty close-up:
I'm not sure who is the better lounger, the woman or the cat. Wait, I know: it's the cat. Paws down.
[Gary note: With my Cats in Arts posts, I encourage you to scope out the art appreciation site Artsy (I have no financial interest in the site, I just like it), where you can explore many aspects of the world of art. You'll certainly be entertained and enlightened!]