‘Die Vogelkatze’ by Carl Gerber | Engraving | 1885
A magnificently observed tuxedo cat displays super-feline powers of restraint as a starling nips his tail and a diverse flock of a dozen or more bird species gathers around him – a treat for cat lovers and ornithologists alike! This superb engraving of Carl Gerber’s original work was commissioned to accompany an article by writer Karl Ruß in an 1885 edition of the journal Die Gartenlaube, which mentions a calm and gentle black cat owned by his daughter.
This print has been professionally mounted with quality pH neutral materials and is ready to give as a gift or place into your choice of 10″ x 12″ frame. As with all antique and vintage prints from Thrilled Kitty, this item is guaranteed to be a genuine historical piece and not a modern copy or reproduction.
Condition Report: This print is in excellent condition, with no foxing, tanning or marking evident on the paper. The sheet lies flat in the mount.
Type: Book Illustration (Explain this)
Mount & Under-mount Materials: Daler-Rowney Antique White
Framed or Unframed: Unframed (See our Framing Guide for help)
Frame Size Required: 10 inches x 12 inches (25.5 cm x 30.5 cm approx.)
Orientation (Portrait or Landscape): Portrait