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    GALLERY: Langlais exhibit in Skowhegan - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Margi Browne and her son James stand Thursday among wooden Bernard Langlais sculptures that have been placed in the Skowhegan Renaissance Building on Water Street as part of the disbursement of the huge Langlais art collection.

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    Stephen Dionne handles a wooden sculpture of a horse by Bernard Langlais in the Skowhegan Renaissance Building on Water Street.

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    GALLERY: Langlais exhibit in Skowhegan - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Stephen Dionne handles a wooden sculpture by Bernard Langlais, who also made the 62-foot Skowhegan Indian, in the Skowhegan Renaissance Building on Water Street.

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    GALLERY: Langlais exhibit in Skowhegan - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Stephen Dionne and Margi Browne hang a large wooden sculpture of a horse made by Bernard Langlais in the Skowhegan Renaissance Building on Water Street as part of the disbursement of the huge Langlais art collection.

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