Let’s speak about the connection of art and love at the eve of Valentine’s day:
The mount Parnassus was rather a popular location for Renaissance paintings.
Andrea Mantegna also decided to present his vision of the home of all art.
He went further in his understanding of the mysterious connection between cats and art, love and art, and cats as embodiments of love and art, and showed how men are actually inspired by felines:
What an idylle!
Girls – Muses seem to be slightly jealous. Maybe they would like to have just a little bit of carnal love? No way in the presence of heavenly love!
Just compare Our version to a commonly known one, to be seen at the Louvre Museum, and you’ll get immediately what version is true!
If you doubt that a gentleman could be inspired by cats in his creativity, just get acquainted to the human assistant of Our beloved brothers Cole and Marmalade
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat
P.S. This true version of Mantegna’s masterpiece was for the first time revieled in Our book:
There are more other important discoveries to be found there!
Did you prepare Our book as a Valentine’s Day gift to your cat or your cat loving friend?