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The Sheep at Atelier 88
Norway

Atelier 88 is a private art collection, located at Bodøgaard in Bodø, Norway. This sculpture is located near the entrance, easily found by bypassers. The gallery houses a huge entymologic collection and one of the largest private art collections in Northern Norway. The art gallery and the anthymologic collections was started by Oscar Bodøgaard, and is now (after he passed away last year) managed by his son Harald Bodøgaard and Ole Kristian Bodøgaard. The collections are now a part of "Norwegian Heritage"

Read more here: http://www.bodogaard.no/A88/index.html

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