The best work is the wood carving which has a freedom and boldness often missing in the minute and crowded designs of Indian art.
The chapels are decorated with screens of 113fine wood carving.
Nothing could well be more elaborate, and at the same time more lovely, than this fantastic piece of wood carving.
Many fine specimens of wood carving may also be seen in the shops.
Clock making, wood carving, and straw plaiting, are largely carried on.
The interior is very well furnished with fine stone and wood carving.
Into this were introduced some of the best specimens of the wood carving.
In fact one cannot sufficiently admire the wood carving of the region.
Another exquisite example of wood carving may be seen in the chapel of Notre-Dame de Compassion, forming the retable.
In both these periods the design evidently partakes of the feeling exhibited in the stone or wood carving.