I couldn't resist this postcard.
It is from the postcard book Cat Artist's And Their Work.
The original is a lithograph poster made around 1887 and can be found in the
Museum of Animal Acts in Wisconsin.
The back of the postcard reads:
"Cat-marking behavior was trivialized in Victorian times, as this poster shows.
While Matissa certainly made marks with paint, Mrs. Broadmoore
(in reality a rather portly man dressed as a woman),
amused the audience by pretending that the cat's simple paintings were
"pawtraits" of people in the audience."
A big thank you to Beth for hosting Postcard Friendship Friday.
I hope this card brought a smile to your face.
Wishing you well and a fun filled weekend!