Bronze Marble Sculpture Statue Moose Musuem Quality Masterpiece Figurine

EuropeanBronzeSKU: AL-166

Sale price$449.00$224.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 12" X Width 12"
Marble Dimensions:10" X 5"

Height without base:11"
Weight:15 LBS

Behold the captivating portrayal of the wilderness in the form of a bronze sculpture titled "Majestic Moose." This remarkable piece captures the essence of a male moose in its natural habitat, standing still and vigilant as it surveys its surroundings for signs of predators, sustenance, and perhaps a potential mate. With intricate attention to detail, this sculpture depicts the impressive stature of the moose, which stands as the largest species within the deer family.

The moose, known as the North American moose or the Eurasian elk in Europe, is characterized by the distinctive palmate antlers of its males. Solitary by nature, these majestic creatures briefly break their solitude during the mating season, which occurs in September and October. The sculpture elegantly captures the moment of stillness in the deep forest, where the bull moose stands with an aura of majesty, breaking the silence with its resonant grunts that can carry for up to 500 meters.

This artwork pays homage to the cultural significance of the moose in Native American lore, symbolizing attributes such as headstrong determination, unstoppable resilience, longevity, and integrity. The abstract and unrefined texture of the sculpture's surface adds a tactile dimension to the artwork, enhancing its visual impact and evoking a sense of connection with the natural world. Crafted using the timeless lost-wax casting method, the bull moose sculpture features a rich brown patina finish that further accentuates its lifelike appearance. Resting upon a black marble base and bearing the signature of the esteemed artist Milo, this sculpture is a tribute to the wilderness and the enduring spirit of the majestic moose.

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