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Sculptures For Sale
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Elemental Two Nero Marquina - tall, abstract, totem, marble, outdoor sculpture
Located in Bloomfield, ON
Sculpted from Spanish black marble, this enigmatic and powerful piece was created by Viktor Mitic. The Toronto based artist is known for his imaginative form and use of colour. This ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Marble

Prop Green
Located in Phoenix, AZ
"These inflated objects are grown more than fabricated. Through the process of inflation, the application of the air to the geometric construction defines form at the moment of infla...
Category

2010s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Cotton, Resin, Vinyl

Outdoor Lamp - "Ikosaeder" - contemporary indoor and garden ornament - small
Located in Winterswijk, NL
This outdoor lamp "Ikosaeder" is for the garden or entrance area. Customization possible and designed in 2010. Also available to order in stainless steel. This lamp impresses her un...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art Deco Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Iron

Keith Haring Andy Mouse Bearbrick 400% (Haring Warhol BE@RBRICK)
Located in NEW YORK, NY
Keith Haring Andy Mouse Bearbrick: 400%: A unique, timeless collectible trademarked & licensed by the Estate of Keith Haring. The partnered collectible reveals Keith Haring's 'Andy M...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Pop Art Sculptures

Materials

Vinyl, Resin

Kamyki 6 Emerald, Mounted Sculpture by Oskar Zieta
Located in Paris, FR
Kamyki original decorative wall mirror (6 pieces), Zieta DImensions: Ø 7-20 cm Material: stainless steel. Color: Emerald Dimensions of the set : H. 40 cm W. 61 cm D. 6 cm About the...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Pesce in Vetro soffiato
Located in Milano, IT
Series designed by Ken Scott for the Made in Italy display at the Macy's warehouse in New York and exhibited in typical baskets of the fishermen of Chioggia. MEDIUM/MATERIALS Amethys...
Category

1650s Sculptures

Materials

Glass, Blown Glass

Singing Vessel Quetzal Green 32- circular, contemporary, steel wall sculpture
Located in Bloomfield, ON
Inspired by ancient vessels, Marlene Hilton Moore’s colourful, contemporary wall sculptures are made from polished powder-coated steel. The deep blue-green colour of the vessel draws...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Steel

Kamyki 12 Emerald, Mounted Sculpture by Oskar Zieta
Located in Paris, FR
Kamyki original decorative wall mirror (12 pieces), Zieta DImensions: Ø 7-20 cm Color: Emerald About the Gradient collection: The Gradient collection combines an exceptional depth a...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Charlene by Loreto Foeldes
Located in MADRID, ES
Charlene is an insinuating and transgressive figure of a woman with her own strength and brilliance made in thermoformed glass on an Iron base
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Iron

Kamyki 18 Emerald, Mounted Sculptures by Zieta
Located in Paris, FR
Kamyki original decorative wall mirror (18 pieces), Zieta DImensions: Ø 7-20 cm Material: stainless steel. Color: Emerald Dimensions of the set : H. 76 cm W. 150 cm D. 6 cm About the Gradient collection: Mirrors by Zieta Studio cross the border between art and technology and reflect Oskar Zięta’s research on the physical qualities of steel. Their uneven surfaces, with artistic deformations suggesting softness...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Verde Viento
Located in New York, NY
Jean Foos is a visual artist whose practice centers on richly painted and patterned surfaces. She gives new life to objects made from discarded packing mater...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Oil

Outdoor Lamp - "Ikosaeder" - contemporary indoor and garden ornament - small
Located in Winterswijk, NL
This outdoor lamp "Ikosaeder" is for the garden or entrance area. Customization possible and designed in 2010. Also available to order in stainless steel. This lamp impresses her un...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Art Deco Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Iron

Circle Dance - symmetrical, kinetic stainless steel outdoor sculpture
Located in Bloomfield, ON
You are invited to touch and ‘play’ with this engaging new sculpture by Manitoba’s Jake Goertzen. Six rings hand forged from polished stainless-steel sit one inside the other. The rings move...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Green Companion Skeleton
By KAWS
Located in Washington , DC, DC
Rare neon skeleton designed by KAWS in 2007 for his OriginalFake brand during Halloween. Featuring his Companion Skull on a movable skeletal body. Manu...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Cardboard, Screen

Emerald Green Excess (impasto thick painting monochrome pop art square design)
Located in Quebec, Quebec
*For questions, special requests or commission inquiries, please text the gallery directly using ASK THE SELLER button. Grouping of 3 paintings is $2000 and of 4 paintings is $2500. ...
Category

2010s Pop Art Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Acrylic

SISYPHEAN CIRCLE (coppewebbe)
Located in Greenwich, CT
Stone and metal, usually granite or slate, and found object steel are central in my sculpture. The interaction of these materials is a major focus. On the most basic level, the work ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Granite, Steel

Game
Located in Aberdeen Dyce, GB
Materials: Chamotte, glazing, metal The paper uses recycled materials, namely the metal base. Ceramic colored elements can be used as a game for children (learn colors, even non-even numbers, days of...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Textile Wall Sculpture: 'GREENSLEEVES'
Located in New York, NY
This piece is from a new body of work called 'Vital Signs’ which will premiere at Ivy Brown Gallery in NYC and springs from the domain of hospitals and illness through combinations of hand-woven and tufted textiles and minimalist box-like objects that hang on walls or embed in the textiles themselves. The textiles refer to items of worn clothing, flattened identity, and superstition that come with illness and extended hospital stays. Their dominant color is blue, a hue known to calm the nervous system, but also the color of a failing body (cyanosis). The black and white objects...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Mixed Media

Dance - large, dynamic, abstract, steel, copper, stone, outdoor sculpture
Located in Bloomfield, ON
Copper burnished in fire, solid brass, piano wires, nylon, aluminum blasted with glass beads and stones—these are the elements used to create Alice Vander Vennen’s elegant new sculpt...
Category

2010s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Stone, Metal, Brass, Copper, Steel

Turquoise no1 Clear Resin and Hand Color Dyed Scuplture
Located in CLYDEBANK, GB
"Aesthetic of Fear Fear is like a paper cut on the fingertip, it itches, affects you if you try to ignore it. Hsu draw her research on understanding fears in psychology and how to u...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Expressionist Sculptures

Materials

Epoxy Resin, Dye

Diver (Green), Resin
Located in San Francisco, CA
"Diver" is a sculpture made from Resin by artist Ancizar Marin. Born in Colombia, Marin first received formal art training in the 1980s at the ‘Bellas Artes’ Institute in Manizales, ...
Category

2010s Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Ornament Red, Turquoise & Gold Pattern (Medium) (MADE TO ORDER) (Hand-painted)
Located in Kansas City, MO
(MADE TO ORDER) (Hand-painted, hand-made, porcelain) *Lead Time may vary between 1-3 weeks Melanie Sherman "Ornament Red, Turquoise & Gold Pattern (Medi...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Luster, Porcelain, Glaze

Apple Jacks Fun Size #1
Located in Montreal, Quebec
A native of Charlotte, North Carolina, Paul Rousso attended the Cleveland Institute of Art in Ohio and went on to earn his BFA from the California College of the Arts in 1981. In his...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Polystyrene

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Emerald Green on 2 Panels (C14-10)
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of Emerald Green by Ginny Fox Acrylic on 2 panels Each panel is 30 x 40 x 2 inches Overall measurement for horizontal install with 2 inch recommended spacing, 30" X 82" X 2" *Panels may be oriented in various configurations Ginny Fox achieves a smooth and complex surface by applying multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
Category

2010s Minimalist Sculptures

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Lime Green and Yellows(C20-7)
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of Lime Green and yellows Acrylic on 3 panels Each panel is 24 x 24 x 2 inches can be oriented vertically or horizontally Overall measurement for horizontal install with 1-2 inch recommended spacing, 24 x 76 x 2 inches horizontally We are amazed by Ginny Fox's ability to achieve multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
Category

2010s Minimalist Sculptures

Materials

Panel, Acrylic

Tuscan Morning
Located in Boston, MA
Artist Commentary: I had the great good fortune to live and work in Italy over a period of several years. The Tuscan landscape is very captivating as is life in the area. Fine frien...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

A Moment's Splendor
Located in Boston, MA
Artist Commentary: There was a restaurant in La Paz, BCS, Mexico where they kept peacocks and other birds in large cages in the back. I've always loved the glory of the peacock and ...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Parallel Worlds - Glowing Green City / Urban Scene in Sculptural Glass: Triptych
Located in London, GB
Sympathetically capturing the essence of the urban landscape in his work, Jeff says - ‘I studied HND Art & Design at the Glasgow College of Building & Printing before working as a set artist for “the Complex” theatre, Los Angeles. I then went on to study BSc “Special Effects” at Southbank University, London, which led to employment in the Art/Special Effects departments on major movie productions including the Oscar-winning “Last Samurai” and Steven Spielbergs’ Oscar-nominated “Munich”. After several years working as a fine artist in the industry, I realised a lifelong ambition, setting up my own glass studio to research and work with the diverse materials and challenging techniques involved in the creation of multi-layered glass sculpture.’
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Sinosity in absynthe (wall mount green art pop design smooth sculpture abstract)
Located in Quebec, Quebec
Wall mount or pedestal mount. Absinthe metallic finish. 20"x16"x8" keywords; sinuous, focus on material, sculptural folds, Aldo Chaparro, use of common materials, creased crinkled an...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Concrete

Lime
Located in ATLANTA, GA
Born and raised in Atlanta, Kristofer Laméy has brought much to the southeastern art and design table. From debuting his unique design perspective in the 2007 ICFF in New York City and showcasing his Art at Aqua during the 2008 Art Basel in Miami, to his solo Museum of Design Atlanta (MODA) exhibit titled “Serving Form” in 2010, Kristofer is best known for his one-off commissioned sculptural art forms. His work has found a place in homes and collections across the globe. One of his most ambitious design challenges was solving a decades-long problem in the aviation industry: How to more efficiently design and install jet aircraft interiors. This was the birth of AIMS. Kristofer’s work straddles a fine line that resides between art and design. Many, lost within the engineering of his creations, like to push his work out of the category of art and into the realm of design. This line is the fulcrum that leverages his work into a playing field of his own, and he is proud of that. Those looking for solutions in the marketplace that are in need of an outside perspective to differentiate a product benefit from his fresh and creative approach to modern manufacturing. In April 2020 Kristofer moved his family to the North Georgia mountain...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Modern Sculptures

Materials

Mixed Media

Couleur a l espace Ariel
Located in Tbilisi, GE
Sculpture with steel bar. Printed recto-verso; Edition of 75pc
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Steel

o.T. (Gr22VV) - green contemporary modern wall sculpture painting relief
Located in Doetinchem, NL
o.T. (Gr22VV) is a new size 22x22 cm contemporary modern wall sculpture painting relief by German artist Dieter Kränzlein, bridging the gap between his unique 15x15 cm and the much h...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Limestone

Green Shift- 3D organic feel contemporary abstract textural mural sculpture
Located in New York, NY
Erin Vincent is a Toronto based-artist whose work draws on a variety of repetitive and labor intensive processes and materials. Things and common objects have always fascinated Vinc...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Foam, Acrylic, Wood Panel, Pins

Tactile memory #34. Abstract painting. Silk Leaves and Oil on canvas
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Tactile memory #34, by Natasha Zupan Silk Leaves and Oil on Canvas One of a kind Size: 9.5 in. H x 7.5 in. W x 3 in D. 2021 ____________________________________ Natasha Zupan beauti...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Mixed Media, Oil, Canvas

Untitled, Green Painted on Fiber Glass by Contemporary Artist "In Stock"
Located in Kolkata, West Bengal
DVS Krishna Green Painted on Fiber Glass - 14 x 14 x 16 inches, 2019 Born in 1973 @ Nellore Town Andhra pradhesh completed his graduation in painting from JNTU Hyderabad in 1996 wor...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Fiberglass

Murmur - bright, dynamic, narrative, painted stainless steel outdoor sculpture
Located in Bloomfield, ON
Canadian sculptor Marlene Hilton Moore continues the theme of listening in a series of outdoor singing bowl sculptures -- this bowl is laser cut with the word "Murmur" in a stencil f...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

"Flash" Abstract, Cast Stainless Steel Metal Sculpture by John Ruppert
Located in New York, NY
"Flash" by John Ruppert Cast stainless steel, from a fragment of a tree struck by lightning Edition of 3 Over the past 35 years, John Ruppert has been working in cast metals; manufa...
Category

2010s Abstract Sculptures

Materials

Steel, Stainless Steel, Metal

The Small Game
Located in Napa, CA
David Tanych has been building objects since his father gave him a saw, hammer, nails and a block of wood at the age of 10. A veteran home and furniture builder, David turned his in...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Steel

"Thermos and Mug", Needlepoint Embroidery, Textile Art, Found Object Sculpture
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This found object sculpture titled "Thermos and Mug" is an original artwork by Ulla-Stina Wikander made of needlepoint embroidery and vintage ob...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Thread, Found Objects

Singing Bowl Mercury - gold, black, meditative, stainless steel garden sculpture
Located in Bloomfield, ON
Artist Marlene Hilton Moore continues to explore the theme of listening with the creation of more beautiful ‘singing bowls.’ Like ancient vessels they are intended to be objects of m...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Jo Yarrington, Ghost Girls Slides for Carousel, Photographic Film, Plastic
Located in Darien, CT
Radioluminescence is the phenomenon by which light is produced in a material by bombardment with ionizing radiation and can be used as a low-level light source for night illumination of instruments or signage or other applications where light must be produced for long periods without external energy sources. Radioluminescent paint used to be used for clock hands and instrument dials...
Category

2010s Conceptual Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Nancy Baker, Green Pi, 2017, paper, acrylic paint, digital pigment print
Located in Darien, CT
In Baker’s work, there is solace in the geometry of fundamentals, and a practice that focuses on the ephemeral nature of paper and the ease of its transportability, which allows her to create large-scale constructions. A desire for definitive certainties and incontrovertible truths in an era of “alternative facts”, precipitate the need for Baker to assert her clarification of evidence. A new major installation has been created for her exhibition at ODETTA that layers baroque design elements found in paper cup carrying trays with anxiety-provoking phrases, rendered as gorgeous, yet fragile paper spheres...
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Paper, Acrylic, Digital Pigment

Jo Yarrington, Ghost girls_Slide Carousel, 2018, Photographic Film, Found Object
Located in Darien, CT
Radioluminescence is the phenomenon by which light is produced in a material by bombardment with ionizing radiation and can be used as a low-level light source for night illumination of instruments or signage or other applications where light must be produced for long periods without external energy sources. Radioluminescent paint used to be used for clock hands and instrument dials...
Category

2010s Conceptual Sculptures

Materials

Photographic Film, Found Objects

Sancai-Glazed Official
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A Sancai, tri color glazed pottery figure of a Tang Dynasty official. Tang Dynasty (618-907 AD).
Category

15th Century and Earlier Other Art Style Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Untitled (Lagoon)
Located in New York, NY
Unique oblong-shaped vase with curved stem using traditional Murano glassblowing and cold-working techniques.
Category

2010s Abstract Geometric Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Assyrian King - Resin and Metal Surrealist Bust Sculpture of a King
Located in New York, NY
Angelo Canevari’s Assyrian King is a 25 x 14 inch mix media surrealist sculpture. It is made of metal, resin, automotive paint, and cardboard. It is a surrealist interpretation of a bust of an Assyrian King. The use of metal and wires to develop a tridimensional sculptural quality, as well as the expressionistic outcome of the imagery, has echoes in some contemporary African sculpture...
Category

Early 2000s Surrealist Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Untitled
Located in New York, NY
The tactile and nature-infused Freedom series extends into the world with densely cut paper compositions. They embody the flow of self-knowledge, and explore the feminine, harmony an...
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paper, Glue, Foam Board, Photographic Paper, Archival Pigment

Bucranium - Resin and Metal Surrealist Sculpture of a Skull of an Ox
Located in New York, NY
Angelo Canevari’s Bucranium is a 34 x 19 inch mix media surrealist sculpture. It is made of metal, resin, green automotive paint, and cardboard. It is a surrealist interpretation of the carved decoration, representing ox-skulls, commonly used in Classical architecture for the friezes of Doric temples. The same motif was also later used on Renaissance, Baroque and Neoclassical buildings. Canevari's contemporary interpretation is evident in the medium he chose to shape this artwork and yet it maintains the same commanding and monumental presence of the classical monuments that have inspired it.. The use of metal and wires to develop a tridimensional sculptural quality, as well as the expressionistic outcome of the imagery, has echoes in some contemporary African sculpture...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Expressionist Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Costolato Vase Light Green
Located in Fort Lauderdale, FL
Murano Glass Costolato Vase Light Green, circa 1930 Blown glass 13.25 x 6.25 x 6.25 in
Category

1930s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Cloned RED Aluminum FROG with backpack
Located in Tbilisi, GE
Aluminum with paint
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Honest to goodness, souvenir
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Ceramic, maple
Category

2010s Contemporary Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

CUB, SITTING
Located in New York, NY
Celebrated for his bold, origami-inspired, metal sculptures that explore psychologically complex themes, Gerardo Hacer will take over the Broadway Mall on September 14th from 36th to...
Category

2010s Minimalist Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Cloned big Polar Bear with pet bottle
Located in Malmo, SE
Original sculpture 8 ex. Acquired directly from the artist. Free shipment worldwide. William Sweetlove, born in Ostend, Belgium, in 1949, unites dadaism with surrealism and pop a...
Category

Early 2000s Pop Art Sculptures

Materials

Resin

Nude, Abstract and Figurative Sculptures for Sale

The history of sculpture as we know it is believed to have origins in Ancient Greece, while small sculptural carvings are among the most common examples of prehistoric art. In short, sculpture as a fine art has been with us forever. A powerful three-dimensional means of creative expression, sculpture has long been most frequently associated with religion — consider the limestone Great Sphinx in Giza, Egypt — while the tradition of collecting sculpture, which has also been traced back to Greece as well as to China, far precedes the emergence of museums.

Technique and materials in sculpture have changed over time. Stone sculpture, which essentially began as images carved into cave walls, is as old as human civilization itself. The majority of surviving sculpted works from ancient cultures are stone. Traditionally, this material and pottery as well as metalbronze in particular — were among the most common materials associated with this field of visual art. Artists have long sought new ways and materials in order to make sculptures and express their ideas. Material, after all, is the vehicle through which artists express themselves, or at least work out the problems knocking around in their heads. It also allows them to push the boundaries of form, subverting our expectations and upending convention. As an influential sculptor as much as he was a revolutionary painter and printmaker, Pablo Picasso worked with everything from wire to wood to bicycle seats.

If you are a lover of art and antiques or are thinking of bringing a work of sculpture into your home for the first time, there are several details to keep in mind. As with all other works of art, think about what you like. What speaks to you? Visit local galleries and museums. Take in works of public art and art fairs when you can and find out what kind of sculpture you like. When you’ve come to a decision about a specific work, try to find out all you can about the piece, and if you’re not buying from a sculptor directly, work with an art expert to confirm the work’s authenticity.

And when you bring your sculpture home, remember: No matter how big or small your new addition is, it will make a statement in your space. Large- and even medium-sized sculptures can be heavy, so hire some professional art handlers as necessary and find a good place in your home for your piece. Whether you’re installing a towering new figurative sculpture — a colorful character by KAWS or hyperreal work by Carole A. Feuerman, perhaps — or an abstract work by Won Lee, you’ll want the sculpture to be safe from being knocked over. (You’ll find that most sculptures should be displayed at eye level, while some large busts look best from below.)

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