Standing beside the cast iron urn on the front porch he is not only handsome, but picturesque. The curves of the urn and the curves of Dante's body are in symmetry once juxtaposed.
He has such an 'urnest' look on his face, too.
He is focussed and intense.
And Dante is, himself, statuesque.
He will forever endure as a fine example of the feline form.