Today We Zarathustra the Celestial Cat, reveal to you the true version of Van Gogh’s Irises on yellow background, with the addition of some ginger:
If you look at the commonly known version of Irises on yellow in Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, I would notice that something wrong had happened with this gorgeous bouquet, few flowers fell down from the vase:
Now you know who caused the disaster: a young playful ginger kitten:
Van Gogh painted this still life in the psychiatric hospital in Saint-Rémy, and the great master called Us to pose for his new paintings and heal his suffering soul by Our purring
In Our turn, We evoked from the future Our disciple Tyger Blake, thinking that his shenanigans may entertain the depressed painter
The kitten was very active, played with the brushes, and tried to eat ultramarine (btw, why cats are so addicted to this color?).
We graciously directed his efforts to bring life into the walls of the asylum
Then, in a kind of spontaneous move, Tyger Blake decided to make a trust fall over the vases of Irises
But We were there and got the vase, the flowers, and the kitten frightened by his own audacity
We were the true cat-cher in the irises
This uplifting moment was featured in the true version of the famous painting
Van Gogh was inspired and calmly finished the commonly known version, listening to Our purrs after Tyger left for the future.
We always catch you if you will fall, baby Tyger. Trust Us
One day will come, and the beloved ones that left you will catch you in the stars
Thus speaks Zarathustra the Cat