Animals after the representation of men, soldiers, saints and women were the favorite subjects of many painters. In the early Christian representation, crossed fish were represented as a symbol of Christ. In the Renaissance artists used to approach an animal to a character to underline its symbolic value. Leonardo da Vinci in the famous painting "the Lady with the Ermine" portrays the noblewoman Cecilia Gallerani holding an ermine in her arms that symbolically represents some virtues such as calmness, purity and genuineness as well as being connected with the nobility. And still animals painted in Baroque Art with Caravaggio in his famous painting "Boy bitten by a Ramarro". This reptile in ancient culture has a positive value as opposed to other reptiles and snakes. The Bite of the Ramarro has the function of awakening men and women from the torpor of vice or from a love mistake. In modern times Frida Kahlo portrays herself in her self-portraits alongside animals such as monkeys and parrots. In Mexican culture, the monkey is connected with death, while the parrot is considered a sacred animal. In the large catalog of works in Shopart there are also paintings with depictions of mythological animals such as the Centaur, half man and half horse representing instinct and animality. In Shopart there are not only reproductions on canvas of works of art with depictions of animals, but also modern paintings and photographs of the author mounted on MDF wood panels that respond to different stylistic needs, from classic furniture to decoration of environments with a refined design. In Shopart you will find pictures and posters of animals for art lovers or simply for the furnishing of cottages, veterinary studies and more.