Julius Adam: Kittens and a Lobster, Before 1913, Canvas Cat Art Print at The Great Cat Store

Julius Adam: Kittens and a Lobster, Before 1913, Canvas Cat Art Print

$45.00$95.00

This museum quality canvas cat art print reproduction of Julius Adam: Kittens and a Lobster, Before 1913, shows four kittens playing with a lobster.  An adorable addition to any wall! For more information about the artist click here.  For more selection of kitten posters and prints, click here.

 

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ITEM SPECIFICATIONS

This Julius Adam: Kittens and a Lobster, Before 1913, canvas cat art print is available on thick, durable, museum quality matte paper. Hand stretched on poly-cotton blend canvas with a matte finish coating, this lovely reproduction will make a statement in any room. 

• Fade-resistant
• 20.5 mil-thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Hand-stretched
• Hand-glued solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating

Julius Adam: Kittens and a Lobster Before 1913, is available in the following sizes. 

12×12

12×16

16×20

18×24

24×36

 

SHIPPING INFORMATION

Prints and posters normally ship within 3-5 days; however, while we make every effort to deliver your order in the fastest time, the total delivery time could extend from 2-4 weeks. For further information, please read our shipping and handling page

 

ARTIST BIOGRAPHY

Julius Adam (1852-1913, German) was born into a family of artists in Munich in 1852.  His father was a photographer and Julius worked under his tutelage as a retoucher of photographic images.  From 1866-1872, he worked in his father’s company in Rio de Janeiro before returning to Germany where he began to study with the professors Michael Echter (1812-1879) and Wilhelm Diez (1833-1897).  Adam studied painting with Diez for six years before turning to painting animals.  One of his older relations, Albrecht Adam was a successful painter of horses.  Following in his footsteps, Julius carved out a niche for himself painting cats.  Cat paintings were popular during the 19th century, and Julius Adam was able to make a satisfactory living. From his paintings we can see that Adam himself was a cat lover and had a talent for capturing them in action. View our selection of Julius Adam cat art prints and posters here and on our product pages. 

 

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