Table of contents for The cat in art / by Stefano Zuffi.

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CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
ANTIQUITY
From the Egyptian Goddess Bastet to the Mosaics of Pompeii: The Glory and Exploits of Cats in Antiquity
THE MIDDLE AGES
The Two Faces of the Middle Ages: From Demonic Images to Benedictine Scriptoria
A FELINE RENAISSANCE
The Cat Rediscovered: From the Humanist¿s Study to Depictions of the Holy Family
THE BAROQUE CAT
Inside European Households: Paintings of Interiors, Everyday Life, and the Egalitarian Cat
FROM THE ENLIGHTENMENT TO ROMANTICISM
Reason and Sensuality in the Nascent Bourgeois Europe
ROMANTIC AND IMPRESSIONIST CATS
From the Quest for Comfort to the Impressionist¿s Caresses
THE MODERN CAT
From the Twentieth-Century Avant-Garde to Contemporary Portrayals
THE CAT POSSESSED
A Devil Meant for Stroking: Diabolic Prejudices and Images from the Middle Ages to the Present

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Cats in art.
Cats -- History.
Painting.