This Julius Adam: Two Kittens, 1913, framed cat art poster is available on thick, durable museum quality matte paper. The matte black frame highlights the colors in the paintings. This lovely reproduction will make a statement in any cat lover’s home or office.
• Alder, Semi-hardwood frame
• Black in color
• .75” thick
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
Julius Adam: Two Kittens, 1913, is available in the following sizes.
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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.