Tigris, 1995


Inspired by his studies of animals in the wild, and perhaps the most realistic sculpture of his Environmental Abstraction series, Raimondi’s Tigris can easily be recognized as a rampant tiger on first glance. The sleek, bronze sculpture thrusts upward with muscular, masculine power, yet also incorporates a kind of feminine, almost delicate nature too, when viewed from certain angles.

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