Metropolitan Museum of Art, "The Favorite Cat" Cotton Canvas Tote
The Favorite Cat captures the alert gaze of a handsome tabby in a hand-colored lithograph by Nathaniel Currier (American, 1813–1888).
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has adapted this charming image in the Museum's collection, originally printed and published about 1840–50, in this delightful, well-made canvas tote.
Companion kitchen / tea towel and coffee mug available completing the set for the cat lover!
About Nathaniel Currier
Nathaniel Currier (American, 1813–1888) gained lasting fame as co-principal of Currier & Ives (with James Ives), renowned in the latter half of the nineteenth century for their wildly popular lithographic prints.