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Have you ever had this feeling, this fleeting sensation when wandering in the woods all alone  in fragile autumn silence, or when darkness is gradually falling down and sounds dying away….that now you look up to see in front of you a pair of eyes looking intently right at you, ears alert, the front paw trembling expectantly raised in the air…and the same suddenly the grey image is fading away, blending and merging with the landscape.

 

This carving is devoted to this grey beholder of the forest, the Wolf.

 

 

(1605)
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This is a composition depicting a bear and two wolves' interaction.

Wolves and bears can coexist peacefully, they often avoid each other but their interactions can be quite violent when, for instance, they fight over animal carcasses or when a bear gets too close to the wolves' den and they may attack.

Let's leave it to the viewer's imagination why the fight depicted in this carving is happening......

 

 

(1771)
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This is the composition with a prowling wolf as its center. The figure of the animal is sculptured in wood whereas the background of the forest is carved into the moose antler with some details painted on it.

(1668)
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