The Struggle for Recognition : On Animal Rights — part seven

‘La Nourriture de l’ennemi’, 1926, René Magritte
‘Parrot watching a Boy holding a Monkey’, Jacob van Oost de Oudere, (1603–1671)
‘Young Girl Holding a Monkey’, 1721, Rosalba Carriera
‘Diana under the tree’, 1878, Hans Thoma
‘An Unknown French Lady holding Flowers and a Red Squirrel’, c. 1730 and c.1740, unknown artist.
‘A Playful Moment’, 1848, Gustave Léonard de Jonghe
‘Femmes nues aux chats, 1897/98, Félix Vallotton
‘The Cat at the Window’, c. 1857/58, Jean-François Millet
‘The Green Dress’, 1896, John White Alexander
‘Portrait of a lady with a dog and a monkey’, Nicolas de Largillière, (1656–1746)

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David Proud

David Proud

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David Proud is a British philosopher currently pursuing a PhD at the Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool, on Hegel and James Joyce.