Case · Little cat
|Design||Luise Terletzki-Scherf, 1933|
A person will pose patiently and very proudly if the artist invites him to be the subject of a portrait. This is not the case with an animal. Whether it is young or old, it follows its mood irrespective of the elegance and grace that is being portrayed. It is precisely this natural manner of the gestures, the clumsy expression of young animals that fascinated Luise Terletzki-Scherf throughout her entire life. In this way, figures were produced such as this playing kitten, which is still being formed by hand and painted in numerous variants to this day.