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Murray Cooper, Animals

Animals have been a subject in art since prehistoric cave paintings, serving as symbols, deities, and companions. Ancient Egyptians revered them as gods, while medieval artists used them to represent virtues and vices. Renaissance masters captured their beauty and power, while modern art often highlights their cuteness and domesticated role in our modern lives or, more seriously, explores their vulnerability in the face of environmental issues.

Showcasing artwork featuring animals offers a unique connection to nature, history, and symbolism. It can evoke emotions, spark conversation, and add a touch of the wild - or adorable - to your space. Whether it's a majestic lion symbolizing strength or a playful puppy representing joy, animal art can be a source of personal connection and aesthetic delight.

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