Arthur Heyer
German, 1872–1931
White Angora Cats
Oil on canvas
22 by 27 in. w/frame 30 by 35 in.


Private Collection, New York
Le Trianon Fine Art & Antiques, Sheffield, MA.

Inventory Number: Art H18
1900-1949 Animals European Period 1900-1949 Impressionist/Post Impressionist

See Artist Bio below.

Arthur Heyer
German, 1872–1931

Arthur Heyer was born in Haarhausen. He studied at the college of applied arts in Berlin. In 1896 he went into exile in Rakospalota, near Budapest and eventually settled there permanently. He began by painting landscapes and then developed into an animal painter, with a particular attraction for cats. He provided illustrations for books produced by the Franklinische Verlag, which specialized in books about animals. He also worked for Shver’s Familieblatt (Shver’s Family Magazine) and Uber Land und Meer (Over Land and Sea).