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Wolf Sketch By Robert Bateman

By Robert Bateman

“Wolves - gregarious family animals - do not often stare directly at man, or at each other for that matter. They are creatures of complex, almost chivalrous behavior, and perhaps they feel that eye-to-eye staring would be rude and confrontational. “They do indeed make direct eye contact if they intend to confront. Perhaps this is why we find the gaze of a wolf so compelling. Perhaps the wolf includes us as a member of the pack… a feeling that is as exciting as it is unsettling. “This drawing was executed on very rough paper because I wanted to give a feeling of the rough power of a wild wolf. I also enjoyed the sense of being able to share with others the feeling of the rough materials I used - coarsely textured paper and pencil.” - Robert Bateman

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