Are you looking for a new hobby? Maybe you should join us in looking for cats who are stealing food in still life paintings (one of our favorite sub-genres of art). It’s so wonderfully disrespectful! So here’s a gallery celebrating the need for snacks triumphing over art. The name of the painting, name of the artist, and year are all listed under the paintings.
Still Life With a Cat by Alexandre-François Desportes, 1705
Still Life With a Cat by Sebastiano Lazzari, 1760
Still Life by Abraham van Beijeren, 17th century
Still Life With Cat And Fish by Jean Baptiste Siméon Chardin, 1728
Still Life With Fish And a Cat by Alexander Adriaenssen, 1631Kitchen Still Life With Fish And Cat by Sebastian Stoskopf, 1650
Still Life With an Ebony Chest by Frans Snyders, 17th centuryStill Life With Fruits And Ham With A Cat And A Parrot by Alexandre-François Desportes, 18th century
Still Life With Parrot And Dead Hare by Alexandre-François Desportes, 18th century
La Raie by Jean Simeon Chardin, 1728
Cat With Ray, Oysters, Pitcher And Loaf of Bread by Chardin, 1728
Pantry With Artichokes, Cauliflowers And a Basket of Mushrooms by Alexandre-François Desportes, 1724
A Still Life of Fresh-Water Fish, With a Cat by Pieter Claesz, 1656
A Cat Attacking Dead Game by Alexandre-François Desportes, 18th century
Still Life With a Cat And a Mackerel On a Table Top by Giovanni Rivalta, 18th century
If you enjoyed this gallery, you will also like medieval artists failing to paint cats and cats licking their butts in medieval art. Both are must-see posts for art lovers.