Bronze Code: 688
Height: 7.9 In
Width: 12.6 In
Weight: 15 LBs


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Immerse yourself in the captivating world of wildlife artistry with this soul-stirring sculpture by French master, Jules Moigniez. Lauded for his astounding ability to bring animals to life through sculpture, Moigniez pulls out all the stops in this vividly detailed depiction of wolves hunting an adult moose.

Every facet of this art piece vibrates with an enticing brightness and unrestrained passion, paying homage to nature's unfettered dynamicism. It is meticulously crafted to embody the frenetic energy of the hunt, capturing the very essence of the wild in its intricate form. You will be astounded by the meticulous details that have been put into every centimeter of this masterpiece. Each stroke emulates the realistic structure of the animals' hair, contributing to the overall realism of the piece.

As a prestigious piece of Parisian art history, the sculpture presents an opportunity to own part of the refined patrimony of one of the 19th century's most celebrated animal sculptors. Moigniez’s father, a renowned gilder who owned a foundry, played a pivotal role in his sculptural career, allowing him to bypass the additional costs of casting his works. This significantly propelled his career forward, leading to the exhibition of over thirty artworks at the Salon between 1855 and 1892.

This sculpture not only serves as a tasteful decor piece for your home, but also makes an excellent gift for hunting enthusiasts or lovers of fine art. Truly, this outstanding piece by Jules Moigniez is more than just a sculpture; it's a richly detailed snapshot of wildlife in its rawest form, a priceless token of art history, and an awe-inspiring tribute to the undeniable allure of the wild.