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This composition of a wood grouse and a dog (laika) carved on a moose antler is an example of mixed carving technique. The figure of the wood grouse stands out carved in the antler and the figure of the dog is an additional element, a sculpture carved in wood.

(1915)
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This composition in which separate sculptures of the animals (the whole or a part of the body) are used has the effect of space and movement. The boar and the dogs are carved of wood and are fixed onto the moose antler which is carved as a wood background.

(1360)
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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......

 

 

(1540)
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