This Louis Eugene Lambert: Invasion, 19th century, canvas cat art print is available on thick, durable, museum quality hand stretched poly-cotton blend canvas with a matte finish coating. This lovely reproduction will make a statement in any room.
• 20.5 mil-thick poly-cotton blend canvas
• Hand-glued solid wood stretcher bars
• Matte finish coating
Louis Eugene Lambert: Invasion, 19th century, canvas cat art print is available in the following sizes.
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Louis Eugene Lambert (1825-1900, French) is famous for his paintings and drawings of cats and dogs, and was therefore nicknamed “Lambert of the cats”. A student of Eugene Delacroix, Lambert became interested in art as a young boy. Later he became influenced by the Flemish School. He moved to Nohant where he became friends with the French author, George Sand.
His major success at the Paris Salon was Cat and Parakeet. In 1874, he painted the Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild with his dogs. Lambert also illustrated the Fables of La Fontaine.