The 19th Century Portraits Of Aristocrats Remade With Cats (Photo Gallery)

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An Uzbek artist has painted a number of portraits of aristocrats and replaced humans by cats, its sounds weird but look nice.

How the artist came with this idea? Actually an Uzbek artist named Eldar Zakirov had been given this task by the Russian magazine Hermitage. The magazine asked him to make portraits of cats in which they will be represented as aristocrats of the 19th century. All other things like the background and costumes were meticulously chosen as they were in that era. You can judge by the quality of the paintings if artist succeeded in this task.

The Hermitage Court Moor Cat

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The Hermitage Court Moor Cat

The Hermitage Court Moor Cat in Casual Uniform

The Hermitage Court Moor Cat in Casual Uniform

The Hermitage Court Chamber Herald Cat

The Hermitage Court Chamber Herald Cat

The Hermitage Court Confectioner Apprentice Cat

The Hermitage Court Confectioner Apprentice Cat

The Hermitage Court Outrunner Cat

The Hermitage Court Outrunner Cat

The Hermitage Court Waiter Cat

The Hermitage Court Waiter Cat

 Which one of the above portraits did you find most interesting?

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