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The Painter's Cat by Sharon L. Wooding

By Sharon L. Wooding

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You’re wet,” he said. With a soft towel he gently dried Micio off. He lit a fire and put Micio’s favorite cushion by the grate. Then he put out a tray of fresh fish and a bowl of milk, and made himself a mug of something hot. “Here’s to you, Micio,” he said, raising the drink. ” Micio looked up from the fish long enough to blink his eyes in return. It was hard work being part of a great painting. But sometimes it was worth it. ” It can be seen today in a church in the town of Recanati, Italy, which is south of Venice.

But sometimes it was worth it. ” It can be seen today in a church in the town of Recanati, Italy, which is south of Venice. The artist was a Venetian painter called Lorenzo Lotto, who lived in different parts of Italy between 1480 and 1556, and often stayed at the monastery of Santi Giovanni e Paolo when he was in Venice. No one knows for sure where the cat in Lotto’s painting came from. But it could be that Lorenzo, needing a model to draw from, did indeed adopt one of the many cats who roamed the narrow streets of Venice in the 1500s.

Here’s to you, Micio,” he said, raising the drink. ” Micio looked up from the fish long enough to blink his eyes in return. It was hard work being part of a great painting. But sometimes it was worth it. ” It can be seen today in a church in the town of Recanati, Italy, which is south of Venice. The artist was a Venetian painter called Lorenzo Lotto, who lived in different parts of Italy between 1480 and 1556, and often stayed at the monastery of Santi Giovanni e Paolo when he was in Venice. No one knows for sure where the cat in Lotto’s painting came from.

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