Oblivious Cats Imitating Famous Works of Art

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Everyone loves art, it’s true. But do you know what people love more than they love art? Cats. Then again, why should we have to choose? The folks over at Design You Trust have put together a little collection of cats who just happen to be lying around imitating famous works of art — from Rembrandt to Degas — without even trying, of course. As DYT points out, in our modern age, you too can try your hand at following in the masters’ footsteps: all you need is a kitty, a camera, and an internet connection to share your snaps. Click through to see a few of our favorite copycats, and then head on over to Design You Trust to see the full collection.

Frederic Leighton, Flaming June (1895). Design You Trust

Ford Madox Brown, Romeo And Juliet (1870). Design You Trust

Joseph Ducreux, Self Portrait Yawning (1780). Design You Trust

Titian, Venus Of Urbino (1538). Image credit: Design You Trust

John William Waterhouse, Echo And Narcissus (1903). Design You Trust

George Benjamin Luks, Young Girl With Doll (Early 20th Century). Design You Trust

Edgar Degas, Two Dancers On Stage (1874). Design You Trust

Paul Cezanne, Apples, Peaches, Pears, And Grapes (1879). Design You Trust