Girl with a Cat (Gwen John)
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|Girl with a Cat|
|Medium||oil paint, canvas|
|Dimensions||33.7 cm (13.3 in) × 26.7 cm (10.5 in)|
|Location||Metropolitan Museum of Art|
|Identifiers||The Met object ID: 481489|
Early history and creation
The work was painted before autumn 1921, likely during the late 1910s to early 1920s.
|Sep 12 – Nov 3, 1985||Barbican Art Gallery||London||"Gwen John: An Interior Life," no.28 (as "Girl with Cat")|
|Nov 28 – Jan 26, 1985–86||Manchester City Art Gallery||Manchester||"Gwen John: An Interior Life," no. 28|
|Feb 26 – April 20, 1986||Yale Center for British Art||New Haven||"Gwen John: An Interior Life," no. 28|
- "Girl with a Cat". Metropolitan Museum of Art.
- Langdale, Cecily (1987). Gwen John: With a Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings and a Selection of the Drawings. Gwen John Catalog Raisonne.
- "Girl with a Cat,1918–22". www.metmuseum.org.
- "How Painter Gwen John Started The "Single Women And Cats" Stereotype". bust.com. Retrieved 2019-07-25.
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