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The Yellow Cat is a painting by Marlene Robbins which was uploaded on December 1st, 2009.
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17.000 x 14.000 inches
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The Yellow Cat
Painting - Acrylic On Paper
December 1st, 2009
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Wonderful and vibrant works!
luscious color..as in mouth-watering...a delight!
Fabulous! I love this. So appealing! v/f
This is so nice, Marlene! Looks like a fun-loving kitty with a high-style coat. Love!!
Thank you Elizabeth!
Marlene, this is absolutely darling .. you've captured that kitty look that says ... yes, you may pet me ... but don't overdo!!! HAHA!! How I love cats and this image!!!
Thanks,Jeff. I don't know if I can go back to my old way with color...but I do consider toning it down a bit.
Beautiful and expressive. I always love your colors.
there is something captivating about this kitty! Love it!
Good morning Marlene, pretty yellow cat painting......nice colors.....Franz Marc liked to paint the animals in yellow. One of my
Yes you are right, with the use of Echinacea. I have some in my garden, but they donīt have blossoms now, they are very
late this year......the winter was very long. The picture was taken in New York City.
Have a wonderful day and hugs - Chris
Thanks for the nice comments. As always, I find wonderful paintings in your collection. This cat stole my heart. So playful and expressive.
it gives you somethihg new to see whenever you look at the same painting
Hey Marlene, this is fantastic, yes the colors do show influence of german expressionism, I like their style and colors it
Marlene, I like the Yellow Cat. It reminds me of the German Expressionists with their unusual color combinations and textural paint application and I like it because it's a cat. Very nice work.
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