Bronze Stalking Leopard Sculpture

Strength in Grace

A master of observation, the artist depicts the nuances of the Leopard in mid-stalk. Having preserved the incredible patience and stealth of this elegant creature to memory, the artist forged a work of great beauty and complexity.

This bronze piece is not only a product of the artist's imagination but a celebration of the Leopard's form and function, from its muscle and sinew to its unwavering grace.

Enquire at South Africa Online ® about this breathtaking piece.

Priced From: US$3300

Fun Leopard Fact: Leopards use their claws to scratch at hard surfaces like tree bark. The leopard stands up on its hind legs and uses its forepaws to scratch the tree, possibly to display their size to potential intruders.

By Bruce Little