John William Godward: The Tease: 1901, Framed Cat Art Poster

John William Godward: The Tease: 1901, Framed Cat Art Poster

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John William Godward: The Tease: 1901, Framed Cat Art Poster reproduction of this lovely painting of a Neo-classical woman playing with a marmalade tabby kitten. Just looking at the painting eases stress. A wonderful addition to any cat lover’s home. For more information on the artist, click here. 

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ITEM SPECIFICATIONS 

This John William Godward: The Tease: 1901, framed cat art poster is printed on durable matte, museum-quality archival paper. The matte black frame accents the wonderful poster.

• Alder, Semi-hardwood frame
• Black in color
• .75” thick
• Acrylite front protector
• Lightweight
• Hanging hardware included

 

John William Godward: The Tease: 1901, framed cat art poster is available in the following sizes.

8×10

10×10

12×12

12×16

14×14

12×18

16×16

16×20

18×18

18×24

24×36

 

SHIPPING INFORMATION

Prints and posters normally ship within 3-5 days; however, even though we make every effort to get your item to you in the fastest time, the total delivery time could be approximately 2-4 weeks. For further information, please read our shipping and handling page.

 

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

John William Godward  (1861-1922, British) was a Victorian Neo-Classicist who, unfortunately, started painting at the end of the era only to be superseded by artists such as Picasso. A classical scholar, Godward did extensive research into his subject. His paintings are detailed and feature women surrounded by Classical architecture causing him to be called a “Marble School” artist. In addition, women are clothed in classical dress and sometimes fully nude. Often times posed on tiger and leopard skins, the women exude a longingness and melancholy. The softness of fur, silk, marble and skin permeate his works especially the paintings Idleness where a woman plays with a kitten.   Godward romanticized the Classical world, and Victorians very much related to ancient Rome.  His patrons were scholars of the period and the nouveau riche.   Godward took his life at age 61 in 1922. He left a note stating, “The world is not big enough for myself and Picasso.”

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