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Warwick Goble
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Warwick Goble (November 22, 1862 – January 22, 1943) studied at the City of London School and the Westminster School of Art.
Vegetables
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It’s not just animals that we gift or burden with human traits.   Artists have also freed vegetables from their roots, allowing them to find both love and jealously human-style.   Here are examples fro...
PIGS
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Late 19th and early 20th century anthropomorphic artists could make even six-hundred pound hogs lovable. Their pigs celebrated the holidays, learned poetry in school, played the piano in the barnyard and absolutely l...
CATS
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“There are two means of refuge from the misery of life — music and cats.” – Albert Schweitzer Cats have always exerted their magic.  And they were the perfect muse for Victorian-era anthropomorphic artists....
Louis Wain
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British artist Louis Wain created an entire world of anthropomorphic cats. They were capable of doing everything that we do and often excelled at the creation of chaos.
Rabbits
3 months ago
These are no ordinary rabbits.  They can ski, hike, take photographs and wear kimonos.  Welcome to our gallery of vintage anthropomorphic art.  These paintings once appeared on Easter and other holiday ...