Cats of the Chazen Notebook

$12.95

Jot down your most important notes in this journal featuring a selection of images from the Chazen permanent collection showcasing everyone’s favorite animal- cats!

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Jot down your most important notes in this journal featuring a selection of images from the Chazen permanent collection showcasing everyone’s favorite animal- cats! From 17th century Danish paintings to 20th century American prints, across the world, artists celebrated cats and immortalized them through their works. Celebrate your love for cats with this great lined notebook, exclusively from the Chazen Museum of Art!

Dimensions: 5.5″ x 7.75″, 70 lined pages

Images Left to Right

Bernhard Keil (attributed to) (Danish, 1624/1626 – 1687), Old Woman and Cat, ca. 1670, oil on wood panel, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Rojtman, 58.4.2

Suzuki Harunobu (attributed to) (Japanese, 1724 – 1770), Cat, Butterflies, and Peonies, ca. 1766, color woodcut, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.716

Unknown (American), Portrait of Mary E. Lincoln, ca. 1840-1844, oil on canvas, gift of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart P. Feld, 1974.44

Ohara Shoson (Japanese, 1877 – 1945), Cat by Goldfish Bowl, 1931, color woodcut, bequest of John H. Van Vleck, 1980.2827

Helen Hyde (American, 1868 – 1919), Honorable Mr. Cat, ca. 1903, color woodcut, gift of Ruth A. Ruege, 2005.2.3

Xu Beihong (after) (Chinese, 1895 – 1953), Cat, ca. 1940, color woodcut on paper mounted on scroll, gift of Simon and Rosemary Chen and Family, 2005.64.2

Cornelis de Visscher (Dutch, ca. 1628/1629 – 1658), The Sleeping Cat, 1657, engraving, Chazen Museum of Art General Endowment Fund purchase, 2007.15.11

Alfredo Muller (Italian, 1869 – 1940), The Three Cats (Les Trois Chats), 1902, color etching and aquatint, gift of Barbara Mackey Kaerwer, 2013.37.19

Additional information

Weight .8 lbs
Dimensions 5.5 × 7.5 × 1 in