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British Museum Little Book of Cats

By: Mavis Pilbeam(Author)
61 pages, 48 colour photos and colour illustrations
British Museum Little Book of Cats
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  • British Museum Little Book of Cats ISBN: 9780714150277 Paperback Nov 2004 In stock
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About this book

Cats have been a source of inspiration and an object of veneration in many of the world's great civilisations. They are represented in stone and metalwork, ceramics and ivory, as well as in works of art on paper from both east and west. This little book of feline masterpieces from the British Museum reveals the cat in in all its guises, wild or domestic, ancient or modern.

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Each title describes and illustrates a range of objects, with a brief description of the object, provenance and history.

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By: Mavis Pilbeam(Author)
61 pages, 48 colour photos and colour illustrations
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