Wendy Jones
Fine art is the head and the heart and the hand together

The Rebellious Curator

WongWong and Lulu pose in front of their parts of the Wonglu triptych. This work sold for $19,000us at auction in 1993, one of the highest prices ever paid for a work of cat art. (Note: Wongwongs final two paw marks in the lower left quadrant, acknowledging that the work is the result of collaborative effort).

1 Malane, D. Exhibition Catalog, New York (While conceding that the central white motif does have strong emotive qualities, Ian Wordly, writing in the same publication, argues that it is more likely to be Tail Symbolist and therefore suggestive of the mercurial nature of their relationship.) 

From: Why Cats Paint by Heather Busch, 1993