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    “The Falling Woman” sculpture by Bernard Langlais in downtown Skowhegan, in July.

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    Bernard Langlais sculpture on display last winter at the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville.

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    Bernard Langlais sculptures in a stairwell at Portland High School last December, part of a gift from Colby College.

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    Judy Winterling, of Canaan, photographs her son Joschka as he stands with the newly refurbished Skowhegan Indian sculpture in August before a rededication of the 62-foot-tall wooden piece created by Bernard Langlais in 1969.

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    A Bernard Langlais sculpture on display last winter at the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville.

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    Art patrons view a wall of wood carvings and sculptures by artist Bernard Langlais in the summer of 2014 at the Colby College Museum of Art in Waterville.

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    Dugan Murphy, left, executive director of Main Street Skowhegan, and Steve Dionne, of Dionne & Sons Builders, speak in July beside a Bernard Langlais sculpture, “The Seated Woman,” in Skowhegan.

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    The Bernard Langlais “Mermaid” sculpture is one of 25 displayed in Skowehgan.

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