By William Warmack

A sly, virtuoso send-up of paintings, artists, cat-lovers, and critics, this visually beautiful full-color paintings catalog dares to invite the query: Did Mittens Mondrian, Whitey Warhol, and Cuddles Christo actually create those works? purely the writer and his cat understand evidently, and they are now not talking!.

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