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Carl Van Vechten (1880–1964).  The Tiger in the House. 1922.
  
Bibliography: XVI
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Bate, Francis: Mr. Arthur Tomson’s pictures and studies of cats at the Dutch Gallery; The Studio; London; November 15, 1893; Vol. 2, P. 65. Illustrated with drawings by Arthur Tomson.   1
  Boston, Frederick J. and Elizabeth S. Tucker: Cats and Kittens; with numerous full-page colour-plates after paintings in water colours by F. J. Boston, and with decorative borders and other designs, together with new stories and verses by E. S. Tucker; Frederick A. Stokes Co.; New York; 1895. Juvenile.   2
  The Cat Painter (Gottfried Mind); The Penny Magazine; London; March 1, 1834; Vol. 3, P. 86.   3
  Cherville G. de: Les Chiens et les Chats d’Eugène Lambert; Librairie de l’Art; Paris; 1888. Illustrated with six etchings of cats and one hundred and forty-five drawings of cats and dogs.   4
  Claudy, C. H.: Cats and Cameras; Photographic Times-Bulletin; New York; 1904; Vol. 36, P. 145. Illustrated with photographs by the author.   5
  Englemann, Richard: Die Katzen im Altertum; Jahrbuch des Kaiserlich Deutschen Archaeologischen Instituts; Berlin; 1900; Vol. 14, P. 136. With illustrations.   6
  Evans, E. P.: Animal Symbolism in Ecclesiastical Architecture; Henry Holt and Co.; New York; 1896. With seventy-eight illustrations.   7
  Grandville (Jean-Ignace-Isadore Gérard): Album des Bêtes, à l’usage des gens d’esprit; J. Hetzel; Paris. There are many plates of cats but they are all from Les Métamorphoses du Jour and the Vie Privée et Publique des Animaux. Louis Moens in Brussels issued an edition of this book in 1864.   8
  Grandville: Cent Proverbes; H. Fournier; Paris; 1845.   9
  Grandville: Les Métamorphoses du Jour; Gustav Havard; Paris; 1854. The plates are coloured and there are many of cats.  10
  Grandville: Physionomie du Chat; Magasin Pittoresque; Paris; 1840; P. 11. With thirteen engravings from drawings by Grandville.  11
  Grandville: Vie Privée et Publique des Animaux; J. Hetzel; Paris; 1842.  12
  Hall, Eugene J.: Peter and Polly; Country Life in America; January 1, 1911; Vol. 19, P. 212. A series of photographs by Cornelia Clarke.  13
  Hamerton, Philip Gilbert: Chapters on Animals; Seeley, Jackson and Halliday; London; 1874. Chapter XV, P. 221: Animals in Art.  14
  Havard, Henry: Henriette Ronner, un peintre de chats; E. Flammarion; Paris; 1891. Illustrated with photogravures of the artist’s paintings and reproductions of drawings in the text.  15
  Howe, William Norton: Animal Life in Italian Painting; George Allen; London; 1912. Illustrated.  16
  Humphreys, Mabel: The Book of the Cat; Frederick A. Stokes Co.; New York; 1903. With facsimiles of drawings in colour by Elisabeth F. Bonsall. Large folio with binding of grey flannel stamped with kitten heads.  17
  Janvier, Catherine A. (Mrs. Thomas A.): London Mews; Harper and Brothers; New York; 1904. Folio. Illustrations in colour and text by Mrs. Janvier. Dedicated “To T. A. J., lover of cats.”  18
  Janvier, Thomas A.: The Cats of Henriette Ronner; Century Magazine; October 1893; Vol. 46, P. 852. With illustrations from paintings by Madame Ronner.  19
  Keller, Otto: Zur Geschichte der Katze im Altertum; Mitteilungen des Kaiserlich Deutschen Archaeologischen Instituts; Rom; 1908; Vol. 23, P. 40. With twelve illustrations.  20
  Pollock, Walter Herries: Pictures of Cats; Magazine of Art; Vol. 7, P. 89. Illustrated with drawings by Mind and others.  21
  Ranck, Edwin Carty: A Famous Photographer of Cats (Charles E. Bullard); American Magazine; April 1915; Vol. 79, P. 56. Illustrated with photographs.  22
  Renouard: Croquis d’Animaux; Gillot; Paris. This is a folio book of drawings; there are several pages of interesting cats.  23
  Ronner, Henriette: Cats and Kittens; Cassell and Co.; London; 1894. Descriptive text by M. Vachon, translated by Clara Bell. The twelve plates and the sketches in the text are entirely different from those in the Spielmann volume.  24
  Spielmann, M. H.: Henriette Ronner, the painter of cat life and cat character; Cassell and Co.; London, 1891. Illustrated with twelve Goupil photogravures from her paintings, a portrait, and reproductions of her sketches in the text. Folio. A popular edition was issued in 1892.  25
  Sprigg, Stanhope: Louis Wain’s Method of Work; Cassell’s Magazine; London; November 1898; Vol. 26, P. 563. Illustrated with drawings by Wain and his photograph.  26
  Steinlen, Théophile Alexandre: Des Chats; images sans paroles; Ernest Flammarion; Paris; 1898. Large folio. Twenty-six plates of drawings, all of cats, except one which is of white mice; the covers bear a fine lithographic version of the famous poster, Lait pur stérilisé.  27
  Thompson, Ernest Seton: Studies in the Art Anatomy of Animals; Macmillan and Co.; London; 1896. Illustrated with many plates by the author.  28
  Tomson, Arthur: An Artist on the Cat in Art; Century Magazine; New York; 1910; Vol. 80, P. 370. Illustrations from drawings by the author.  29
  Wain, Louis William: Louis Wain’s Annual, 1901, and several years following; George Allen and Sons; London. Illustrated by Wain with many fantastic and comic pictures of cats, several full pages, many in colour. Paper covers with lithographs of cats.  30
  Winans, Walter: Animal Sculpture; G. P. Putnam’s Sons; New York; 1913. Illustrated with photographs.  31



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