Here she shows her sly humor in recasting Leonardo di Vinci's Mona Lisa. Doesn't she have an enigmatic smile?
Here's one taken after Vermeer's Woman with a Pearl:
Or, you might like this take on Edouard Manet's Le Déjeuner sur L'herbe:
If you are shocked by the feline nudity in that one, try a kittenish Renoir:
This one is taken from Eighteenth Century portrait art. Madame Pompadour would be pleased:
Even Whistler's Cat's Mother was depicted:
Opera is a proper subject for cat art. Here's Canio from Pagliacci:
And there's the movies. Here's a German soldier, perhaps hoping it's quiet on the Western Front for a change.
A cat would make a wonderful Shakespearian King Henry V:
Or a Cary Grant in a scene from North by Northwest:
Contrary to popular belief, cats can sing in the rain too. Or maybe that's meow in the rain:
Clint Eastwood as a tough cat in The Good Kitty, the Bad Kitty, and the Unpretty Cat: