|Dimensions||13.5 x 9 x 5 cm|
Replica of a cat in porcelain (period Meji, 1868-1912) offered to Claude Monet by his Japanese friends to remind him of his love for cats.
Georges Clemenceau and Claude Monet would sometimes discuss glory and rewards.
“He (Monet) burst out laughing, and the Chinese porcelain cat, asleep on his cushion, knew he need not wake up for so little“. The ceramic cat in question, actually Japanese, is still sleeping on a side table in the dining room.
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