Inspired by classic oil paintings, Uzbek artist Eldar Zakirov created series of digital portraits of cats in royal attire who look like the members of the royal family for the Russian magazine Hermitage.
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One Reply to “Royal cats portraits inspired by classic oil paintings”
Just wondering how much it would cost to do 4 cat portraits with historical clothes? And how long would it take to do? Don’t know what sizes you do. They are for my daughter’s 40th birthday.