They do what they always did
Only recently again in Upper Lusatia / Saxony
27 Sheep in one Night
But of course absolutely no danger ( for humans )
Loups au Carnage, Les. Wolves attacking a flock of sheep and goats in hilly landscape. Toned wood engraving by Jules Huyot (Toulouse 1841 – Eaubonne 1921) after Jules Gélibert (Bagnères-de-Bigorre/Hautes-Pyrénées 1834 – Capbreton/Landes 1916). C. 1870. 11⅝ × 12⅝ in (22 × 32 cm).
Thieme-Becker XIII, 365; AKL LI, 198 f.: “(Gélibert produces) almost exclusively realistic animal and hunting depictions which concentrate on the chief subject”. – Pupil of his father, the animal painter Paul G., whose field he favoured together with his brother Gaston and continued including hunting. Showed at the Paris Salon since 1859, then in Brussels + Berlin, too.
Offer no. 6,149 / EUR 118. (c. US$ 143.) + shipping
– – The same in an impression of 1873 without tone plate on lighter paper paginated “37”, though without text on the back, too. 8⅞ × 12½ in (22.5 × 31.8 cm).
Offer no. 11,222 / EUR 91. (c. US$ 110.) + shipping
“ this is to let you know that the book has arrived in excellent shape, and that I am delighted to have it ”
(Mr. P. M., April 30, 2003)