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Wolves in Art 2

By Paige

Wolves Attacking a Sleigh

Out of all of the canidae art we’ve shared the wolf art has to be the most dramatic & intense. Often the subject is in dire straits or in attack mode, both of which seem to put them in peril.

Is It Fate?

Perhaps it is the cold fate of the wolf to constantly be in battle with mankind, a battle that rages on today as it clearly has for many centuries before. And here is the art to prove it. If you haven’t already, be sure to check out pt. 1.

Wolf Hunting

Wolf Hunting – Artist Unknown

Mazeppa and the Wolves

Mazeppa and the Wolves – Musée Calvet

The Wolves Descending from the Alps

The Wolves Descending from the Alps – William Hamilton

Long Horned European Wild Ox

Long Horned European Wild Ox – Heinrich Harder

Little Red Riding Hood

Little Red Riding Hood – William Crane

Moonlight, Wolf

Moonlight, Wolf – Frederic Remington

So Much Art

Although we’ve depleted our existing resources of canine art, there is plenty more out there to be found. We hope you’ll take a look at pt. 1 and then there is the foxes too.

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