Susan Herbert's series of cats in art continues. Now it's the turn of Jan van Eyck's painting The Arnolfini Family from 1434 of Giobanni Arnolfini and his wife. The painting is full of symbols, which fascinate still new interpretations by the viewers, say about the positions of the hands On the wall there is a round convex mirror, where you can see two shapes, perhaps the other one is the painter himself. Herbert's version of the original is quite loyal to the original version, colours and textiles are the same, but the animal (dog or cat?) on the bottom of the picture has changed into a strange round animal.