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Hyperreal Blue Glass Balloon Sculpture
Located in East Quogue, NY
Blue hyperreal glass water balloon sculpture by Dylan Martinez. These hyperrealistic water balloons are made of solid sculpted glass sandblasted and acid-etched to resemble real wa...
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2010s Realist Still-life Sculptures

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Glass, Blown Glass

Simon Shepherd, Phed
Located in Manchester, GB
Simon Shepherd, Phed Wall-mounted, hollow concrete heart sculpture Hand-signed by the artist Original artwork 40 x 30 x 20 cm This wall-mounted, sculptural work is in the sha...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Ceramic

Layne Rowe, Picking Daisies, 2023
Located in Manchester, GB
Layne Rowe, Picking Daisies, 2023 Hot sculpted glass, cut polished and assembled with lampworked daisies H 15.5 x W 8 x D 7 cm Picking Daisies is a beautiful marriage between pea...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Blown Glass

Simon Shepherd, Divide and Conker, 2023
Located in Manchester, GB
Divide and Conker Ceramic and resin sculpture 15 7/10 × 15 7/10 × 9.8 in 40 × 40 × 25 cm Edition of 3 Divide and Conker is a freestanding piece of ceramic sculpture which has been ...
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2010s Surrealist Still-life Sculptures

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Ceramic, Resin

Natural Rose quartz crystals 10 tonnes
Located in Lagos, NG
Natural Rose quartz crystals available in tonnes total weight 5 tonnes Price includes shipping location Lagos city Nigeria
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21st Century and Contemporary Naturalistic Still-life Sculptures

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Precious Stone

Rare 1970 Israeli Abstract Sculpture Steel Menashe Kadishman Suspension
Located in Surfside, FL
Beautiful table top sculpture by renowned Israeli sculptor Menashe Kadishman. Super quality, and visually stunning. There is a large monumentsal version of this in Rabin Square in th...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Still-life Sculptures

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Stainless Steel

"Friendly Money Loan" Realistic miniature, architecture, building, cityscape
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "Friendly Money Loan" is an original artwork made from paper, plaster, vinyl, acrylic, enamel, polyester, basswood, chain, wire, inkjet prints, and pastel by Drew L...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Metal, Wire, Enamel

"Billy Ray's Tavern" realistic miniature, architecture, building, cityscape
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "Billy Ray's Tavern" is original artwork made from paper, plaster, acrylic, enamel, polyester, basswood, chain, wire, inkjet prints, and pastels by Drew Leshko. Thi...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Metal

Art Deco Expressionist Bronze Judaica Rabbi Sculpture Los Angeles Modernist
By Peter Krasnow
Located in Surfside, FL
Bronze Jewish Rabbi. Original Patina. Art-deco wood carved base. It is signed with initials P.K. and marked "Calif Art Bronze Fdry LA" (California Art Bronze Foundry Los Angeles). it is not dated. PETER KRASNOW (1886-1979), Russian-Ukrainian, American artist painter and sculptor, born Feivish Reisberg, was a California modernist and colorist artist known for his abstract wood sculptures and architectonic hard-edge paintings and drawings which were often based on Hebrew calligraphy and other subjects related to his Jewish heritage...
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1930s Expressionist Still-life Sculptures

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Bronze

"Smokey Grey Nautilus" An Elegant and Intricate Nautilus Shell Glass Sculpture
Located in Morgan Hill, CA
Created by San Jose based glass artist, Treg Silkwood, the "Smokey Grey Nautilus" is an intricate sculpture of a seashell created entirely out of glass. Using layers of grey, ochre and white pigment, Treg masterfully captures the intricate details that are typically found on a nautilus. This breathtaking piece measures 13"h x 11"w x 5"d  and comes with a custom metal stand affixed with a rubber coating to ensure stability of the sculpture. About the Artist: Treg Silkwood is a glass artist whose career spans over three decades. He is recognized as a premier California Marine Artist and one of the foremost artists working in glass. Taking inspiration from walks along the California coast, Treg’s artwork explores his fascination with the many species of shells and natural objects he’s collected from his excursions. In response to these elegant forms, Treg creates blown glass sculptures that not only enrich his appreciation for the intricate complexities of the natural world but also form a personal connection to a place which he calls home. Treg has a BFA in glass from Alfred University and studied abroad at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague, where he learned Czech mold-making and coldworking techniques. Post graduation, Treg worked as a glass blower recreating Early American Glassware at Greenfield Village, within The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, MI. He was an artist-in-residence at The Corning Museum of Glass in New York and part of the original crew that created The Corning Musuem of Glass Roadshow. In 2002, Treg and his wife Candace, established Silkwood Glass, a custom glass company specializing in marine life sculpture...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Steel

"Expecting to Fly", Found Object assemblage, reconstructed egg
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "Expecting to Fly" is an original piece by Kate VanVliet and is made from 30 repaired chicken eggs, brass, rubber, steel, plastic, and mica. This piece measures app...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Steel, Brass

Natural Huge amber specimen 30 kilograms
Located in Lagos, NG
Natural amber specimen organic gem stone 22.2 kilos with dirt and dry plaint inside certificate available on request
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1790s Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Stone

Small Suncatchers 2
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This Mixed Media piece titled "Small Suncatchers 2" is an original artwork by Roxana Azar made of a digital print on acrylic. The piece measures approx. 24”h x 6”w x 0.5”d. Roxana ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Lucite, Archival Pigment, Pigment

Small Suncatchers 3
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This Mixed Media piece titled "Small Suncatchers 3" is an original artwork by Roxana Azar made of a digital print on acrylic. The piece measures approx. 24”h x 6”w x 0.5”d. Roxana ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Digital, Lucite, Pigment

Small Suncatchers 1
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This Mixed Media piece titled "Small Suncatchers 1" is an original artwork by Roxana Azar made of a digital print on acrylic. The piece measures approx. 24”h x 5”w x 0.5”d. Roxana ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Digital, Lucite, Pigment

Simon Shepherd, Spalding
Located in Manchester, GB
Ceramic and resin sculpture 15 7/10 × 11 4/5 × 7 9/10 in (40 × 30 × 20) cm Edition of 3 This work is a full-size classic design basketball made entirely out of ceramics. Simon ...
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2010s Pop Art Still-life Sculptures

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Ceramic, Resin

60s Kadishman Israeli sculpture in steel or aluminum Suspension
Located in Surfside, FL
Beautiful table top sculpture by renowned Israeli sculptor Menashe Kadishman. Super quality, and visually stunning. it is signed and numbered and dedicated Janet love george Menashe Kadishman was born in Tel-Aviv in 1932. He is a Graduate of St. Martin's School of Art, University of London. From 1947 to 1950, Kadishman studied with the Israeli sculptor Moshe Sternschuss at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv, and in 1954 with the Israeli sculptor Rudi Lehmann in Jerusalem. In 1959, he moved to London, where he remained until 1972. He had his first one-man show there in 1965 at the Grosvenor Gallery. His sculptures of the 1960s were Minimalist in style and so designed as to appear to defy gravity. This was achieved either through careful balance and construction, as in Suspense (1966), or by using glass and metal so that the metal appeared unsupported, as in Segments (1968). In 1995, he began painting portraits of sheep. These instantly-recognizable sheep portraits...
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1960s Modern Still-life Sculptures

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Stainless Steel

Sentinel
Located in Greenwich, CT
Peter Kirkiles Biography American, b. 1966 Sculptor Peter Kirkiles stresses that the inspiration for his metal sculptures comes from the satisfaction of the process of fabricating a piece in a skilled manner and from his attraction to everyday objects and their relationship to humans. He finds beauty in the utilitarian tools, and objects that we may not notice in our day to day lives. By playing with their size and their proportion to human scale, he forces the viewer to examine more closely the object’s construction and its overall design importance. He has a nostalgia for well designed, well used, history laden objects. “I’m a maker; I’m also an admirer of things well made. Over the years, I’ve chosen to make things that I love. I find the subjects of my sculpture in real life; a shoe, a camera, a clock, a ruler…made to scale, as sculpture.” –Peter Kirkiles Kirkiles holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tufts University, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Massachusetts and a Masters of Fine Arts from Cranbrook Academy in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. He has exhibited nationally including a 2021 solo exhibition “At Scale” at the Shelburne Museum, Shelburne Vermont. His work is held by The Shelburne Museum, The New Britain Museum of American Art, New Britain, CT and by private collectors throughout the US. ***** Peter Kirkiles’ sculptures are visual odes to everyday objects. He is a maker’s maker, a master craftsman, a lover of well-constructed things. He has a special affinity for things well-used, that have stood the test of time and remain steadfast in their intended purpose, that bear the marks of labor and living, that contain echoes of humanity: an antique chest of drawers, a well-worn...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze, Stainless Steel

Daniel Arsham - Eroded DeLorean - Contemporary Art
Located in Asheville, NC
Artists Arsham, Daniel Manufacturer Arsham Studio Edition Details Year: 2021 Class: Sculpture Status: Official Released: 06/18...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Resin

Polychrome Bronze Organic Sculpture Polich Tallix Art Foundry Sleeping Beauty
Located in Surfside, FL
Robert Kushner, born in 1949, in California, lives in New York, and is a painter and sculptor. He gained attention in the early seventies as a performance artist, using food, fabric and nudity. Kushner was associated with the Pattern and Decoration movement and used fabric collage in large-scale, bold paintings of the figure. Since 1987 he has used flowers as the subject of his paintings, more recently adding a cornucopia of fruits and vegetables to his repertoire. Kushner's use of rich color harmonies and bold, fluid drawing, mark his belief in the importance of beauty in our lives. Kushner draws from a unique range of influences, including Islamic and European textiles, Henri Matisse, Georgia O'Keeffe, Charles Demuth, Pierre Bonnard, Tawaraya Sotatsu, Ito Jakuchu...
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1980s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Large 1970's Israeli Abstract Sculpture Steel Menashe Kadishman Tel Aviv Uprise
Located in Surfside, FL
Hitromemut (Uprise) Beautiful large sculpture by renowned Israeli sculptor Menashe Kadishman. Super quality, and visually stunning. There is a large monumental version of this in front of the Habima Theater, Israel's National Theatre in the heart of Tel Aviv. this is from the small edition of 10. The elements of this work, are balanced on top, in opposition to its construction. Menashe Kadishman was born in Tel-Aviv in 1932. He is a Graduate of St. Martin's School of Art, University of London. From 1947 to 1950, Kadishman studied with the Israeli sculptor Moshe Sternschuss at the Avni Institute of Art and Design in Tel Aviv, and in 1954 with the Israeli sculptor Rudi Lehmann in Jerusalem. In 1959, he moved to London, where he remained until 1972. He had his first one-man show there in 1965 at the Grosvenor Gallery. His sculptures of the 1960s were Minimalist in style and so designed as to appear to defy gravity. This was achieved either through careful balance and construction, as in Suspense (1966), or by using glass and metal so that the metal appeared unsupported, as in Segments (1968). In 1995, he began painting portraits of sheep. These instantly-recognizable sheep portraits...
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1970s Abstract Geometric Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

"Left Right There" Cityscape sculpture, Screen print on wood
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This orginal piece by Luke O'Sullivan is made from wood and salvaged materials that the artist has silkscreen printed onto with his original drawings and patterns, which he then cut and assembled into a three-dimensional, wall-hanging sculpture. The finished piece measures 56”h x 26”w x 10”d. Artist Statement // My work is about the intersection of built environments and subterranean systems. I create drawings and sculptures of fantastical urban environments. Often inspired by dystopian and science fiction films, I combine recognizable architectural forms and impossible buildings to make diorama-esque works. Early Nintendo games...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Wire

Easter Goat I
Located in Carmel-by-the-sea, CA
A sculpture entitled Easter Goat is made of bronze. The artist's purpose was to "evoke an emotional stimulation [from the viewer] by the uncertainty of the artist's tool."
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20th Century Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Bronze Sculpture Relief Rhinoceros with Tree American Modernist Leonard Baskin
Located in Surfside, FL
Leonard Baskin (1922-2000) Fruitfulness From Permanence signed, edition 3/8 Bronze, 1967 19.5 X 16 X 1.5 inches The inspiration for this work was a Bernini sculpture Elephant Carrying Obelisk, a 17th century commission outside an ancient temple dedicated to Minerva the goddess of wisdom. It was one of several works from 1967 on a theme of continuity Leonard Baskin (August 15, 1922 – June 3, 2000) was an American sculptor, illustrator, wood-engraver, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher. Baskin was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. While he was a student at Yale University, he founded Gehenna Press, a small private press specializing in fine book production. From 1953 until 1974, he taught printmaking and sculpture at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Subsequently Baskin also taught at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. He lived most of his life in the U.S., but spent nine years in Devon at Lurley Manor, Lurley, near Tiverton, close to his friend Ted Hughes, for whom he illustrated Crow. Sylvia Plath dedicated Sculpto to Leonard Baskin in her famous work, The Colossus and Other Poems (1960). The Funeral Contege (1997) bronze, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, D.C. His public commissions include a bas relief for the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and a bronze statue of a seated figure, erected in 1994 for the Holocaust Memorial in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His works are owned by many major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Udinotti Museum of Figurative Art and the Vatican Museums. The archive of his work at the Gehenna Press was acquired by the Bodleian Library at Oxford, England, in 2009. The McMaster Museum of Art in Hamilton, Ontario owns over 200 of his works (some religious and biblical), most of which were donated by his brother Rabbi Bernard Baskin. Contemporary Religious Imagery in American Art. Catalog for an exhibition held at the Ringling Museum of Art, March 1-31, 1974. Artists represented: David Aronson, Leonard Baskin, Max Beckmann, Hyman Bloom, Fernando Botero, Paul Cadmus, Marvin Cherney, Arthur G. Dove, Philip Evergood, Adolph Gottlieb, Jonah Kinigstein, Arman, Rico Lebrun, Jack Levine, Louise Nevelson, Barnett Newman, Abraham Rattner, Ben Shahn, Mark Tobey, Max Weber, William Zorach and others.In 1955, he was one of eleven New York artists featured in the opening exhibition at the Terrain Gallery, they showed many great artists, Chaim Koppelman, for many years, headed the gallery's Print Division; printmakers such as Will Barnet, Leonard Baskin, Robert Conover, Edmond...
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20th Century Modern Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Large 1970's Israeli Abstract Sculpture "Birth" Iron, Wood Menashe Kadishman
Located in Surfside, FL
Menashe Kadishman (Israeli, 1932-2015) Birth Iron 17-1/2 inches (44.5 cm) high on a 6-1/4 inches (15.9 cm) high wood base Hand signed and Inscribed on base Sculpture with base measur...
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1990s Abstract Expressionist Still-life Sculptures

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Iron

"Cash Loans", Miniature, Architecture, Building, Cityscape, Sculpture
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This sculpture titled "Cash Loans" is an original artwork by Drew Leshko made of a variety of paper, acrylic, pastel, plastic, wire, plaster, inkjet prints, basswood. This piece meas...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Wire

Helix Oculi
Located in Boston, MA
Artist Commentary: Helix Oculi is made from black bamboo, called Phyllostachys Nigra Bory, or Tiger bamboo, gathered from the Portland region, and fused glass elements made in my st...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Steel

Magic Mushroom, Sculpture
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Magic Mushroom, 2020 by Yunior Manino Wood and cloth Image size: 200 H X 80 W cm x 80 D Signed by the artist and Certificate of Authenticity Unique Weig...
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2010s Abstract Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Textile

"CHAMBERLAIN", porcelain clay sculpture, turquoise glaze, royal court, medieval
Located in Toronto, Ontario
CHAMBERLAIN is a porcelain clay sculpture with Turquoise Glaze and slip, by Brooklyn, New York artist Rene Murray. It measures 23"H x 19"W x 9"D. It's an e...
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21st Century and Contemporary Romantic Still-life Sculptures

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Porcelain, Clay, Glaze

Donut - Unique 3 foot Large Frosted Donut with Sprinkles sculpture/sign
Located in New York, NY
Donut with Sprinkles - Large three foot Unique Colored Donut with Sprinkles sculpture. This donut has a mounting point ready for a wall or floor mount. This donut was originally ma...
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2010s Realist Still-life Sculptures

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Steel

"CASTLE LORD", porcelain clay sculpture, turquoise glaze, royal court, medieval
Located in Toronto, Ontario
CASTLE LORD is a porcelain clay sculpture with Turquoise Glaze and slip, by Brooklyn, New York artist Rene Murray. It measures 26"H x 23"W x 10"D. It's an ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Romantic Still-life Sculptures

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Porcelain, Clay, Glaze

Bonehenge
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This original piece by Luke O'Sullivan is made from wood that the artist has silkscreen printed onto with his original drawings and patterns, which he then cut and assembled into a three-dimensional, wall-hanging sculpture with additional wire and copper details. The finished piece measures 40”h x 35”w x 11”d. About the Artwork O’Sullivan creates invented buildings, places, and objects describing unexplored worlds conjuring a sense of discovery and adventure. Rise and Shine represents a shift from the artist’s earlier work featuring structures, facades, and panoramic landscapes toward a more detailed approach. These new works depict encapsulated, floating environments devoid of humans. The sculptural objects are keepsakes or relics from these faraway places. Each piece plays with the shifting relationships between two and three dimensions, surface and underworld. O’Sullivan’s recent screen prints introduce color, imbuing these works with a certain levity and illustrative quality. The playful nature of O’Sullivan’s work draws from Nintendo games, maps, science fiction movies, and movie set design. Likening his process to a lego set...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Copper, Wire

"CASTLE CHANCELLOR", porcelain clay sculpture, turquoise glaze, royal court
Located in Toronto, Ontario
CASTLE CHANCELLOR is a porcelain clay sculpture with Turquoise Glaze and slip, by Brooklyn, New York artist Rene Murray. It measures 24"H x 22"W x 11"D. It...
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21st Century and Contemporary Romantic Still-life Sculptures

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Porcelain, Clay, Glaze

Float
Located in Boston, MA
Artist Commentary: "Float" was pictured in American Craft Magazine in an article about the artist in Dec 2018. Additional hanging Bar for Float is 7’ long 10” from wall is available...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Linen, Glass, Wood, Wax

Simon Shepherd, Exoskeleton
Located in Manchester, GB
Exoskeleton Unique 1 of 1 ceramic and wood sculpture Brighton-based sculptor Simon Shepherd finds the similarities between two seemingly different o...
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2010s Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic, Wood

"TUSCAN YIN/YANG CASTLE", stoneware clay sculpture, glaze ancient Italy hilltown
Located in Toronto, Ontario
TUSCAN YIN/YANG PRISON is a stoneware clay sculpture with Butterscotch glaze by Brooklyn, New York artist Rene Murray. It measures 20"H x 25"W x 13"D. The ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Romantic Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Stoneware, Clay, Glaze

"ENDLESS STAIRCASES OF SIENA", stoneware clay sculpture, Italy ancient hill town
Located in Toronto, Ontario
ENDLESS STAIRCASES OF SIENA is a stoneware clay sculpture with slips and engobes by Brooklyn, New York artist Rene Murray. It measures 16"H x 17"W x 11"D. ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Romantic Still-life Sculptures

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Stoneware, Clay

"Salon 13" is a collection of 13 small mixed media pieces with electric lighting
Located in Toronto, Ontario
“Salon (13)“ is a collection of 13 small-scale works by artist Heather Nicol. The installation of 13 assemblages is variable. The artist will personally consult with the buyer and can be on site for the installation. The 13 mixed media pieces include delicate lighting elements that shift and change via arduino electronic devices, or utilize picture lights throwing a soft roll of light across the artwork. These works are linked through their wiring, which is enveloped in a white umbilical cord-like fabric casing, creating an organic, unifying code of display. Heather Nicol is a multidisciplinary artist whose practice includes immersive sound installation, small-scale discrete object making, and independent curating. Her large site-specific interventions explore the architectural, sonic, historic and operational conditions across a wide range of locations. These include concourse atriums, rail terminus, lobbies, a theatre, a public school building, a theme park...
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21st Century and Contemporary Assemblage Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Wire

Bronze Sculpture Figure with Beast American Modernist Leonard Baskin Museum Art
Located in Surfside, FL
Leonard Baskin, American 1922-2000 Homage to the Un-American Activities Committee Bronze relief sculpture plaque This is not editioned, nor signed or numbered, on the piece but according to the catalog there was 12 or less. A number of these are in museum and university art collections and one of them was exhibited at MoMA NY. This was done to commemorate the communist witch hunts of the Mccarthy era. An important, historic piece. Leonard Baskin (August 15, 1922 – June 3, 2000) was an American sculptor, illustrator, wood-engraver, printmaker, graphic artist, writer and teacher. Baskin was born in New Brunswick, New Jersey. While he was a student at Yale University, he founded Gehenna Press, a small private press specializing in fine, small edition, book production. From 1953 until 1974, he taught printmaking and sculpture at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts. Subsequently Baskin also taught at Hampshire College in Amherst, Massachusetts. He lived most of his life in the U.S., but spent nine years in Devon at Lurley Manor, Lurley, near Tiverton, close to his friend Ted Hughes, for whom he illustrated Crow. Sylvia Plath dedicated Sculpto to Leonard Baskin in her famous work, The Colossus and Other Poems (1960). The Funeral Cortege (1997) bronze, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, D.C. His public commissions include a bas relief for the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and a bronze statue of a seated figure, erected in 1994 for the Holocaust Memorial in Ann Arbor, Michigan. His works are owned by many major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Boca Raton Museum of Art, the British Museum, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Udinotti Museum of Figurative Art and the Vatican Museums. The archive of his signed work at the Gehenna Press was acquired by the Bodleian Library at Oxford, England, in 2009. The McMaster Museum of Art in Hamilton, Ontario owns over 200 of his works (some religious and biblical), most of which were donated by his brother Rabbi Bernard Baskin. Contemporary Religious Imagery in American Art. Catalog for an exhibition held at the Ringling Museum of Art, March 1-31, 1974. Artists represented: David Aronson, Leonard Baskin, Max Beckmann, Hyman Bloom, Fernando Botero, Paul Cadmus, Marvin Cherney, Arthur G. Dove, Philip Evergood, Adolph Gottlieb, Jonah Kinigstein, Arman, Rico Lebrun, Jack Levine, Louise Nevelson, Barnett Newman, Abraham Rattner, Ben Shahn, Mark Tobey, Max Weber, William Zorach and others.In 1955, he was one of eleven New York artists featured in the opening exhibition at the Terrain Gallery, they showed many great artists, Chaim Koppelman, for many years, headed the gallery's Print Division; printmakers such as Will Barnet, Leonard Baskin, Robert Conover, Edmond Casarella...
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1950s Modern Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Simon Shepherd, Phed
Located in Manchester, GB
Phed Wall-mounted, hollow concrete heart sculpture Hand-signed by the artist Original artwork This wall-mounted, sculptural work is in the shape of a large heart which appears to be made of brick and covered in concrete render. However the bricks are thin ceramic tiles, laid on a hollow fibreglass shell, meaning the work is lighter than expected, and easily wall mounted with the use of a backing plate provided. The work has an urban feel, suggesting inner city decay. The graffiti refers to an underground street artist who met an untimely death. Brighton-based sculptor Simon Shepherd...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Concrete

"ROMAN OPERA HOUSE", stoneware clay sculpture, copper green glaze Italy hilltown
Located in Toronto, Ontario
ROMAN OPERA HOUSE is a stoneware clay sculpture with Copper Green glaze by Brooklyn, New York artist Rene Murray. It measures 19"H x 23"W x 11"D. The sculp...
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21st Century and Contemporary Romantic Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Stoneware, Glaze, Clay

Daniel Arsham - Crystal Relic 003 - Contemporary Art
Located in Asheville, NC
Artists Arsham, Daniel Edition Details Year: 2021 Class: Sculpture Status: Official Released: 03/26/21 Run: 500 Markings: Numbered CRYSTAL RELIC 003 is ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Resin

"Prières et Rituels dans L'émerveillement" - indoor / outdoor sculpture, surreal
Located in Atlanta, GA
"Prières et Rituels dans L'émerveillement" is a surrealist metal sculpture made of stainless steel & bronze with patina. This boat, branch, ladder sculpture...
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2010s Abstract Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze, Stainless Steel

"Explosion #11", Cobalt Blue, Cut Paper Flower Sculpture, Floral Artwork
By Joey Bates
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This cobalt blue framed sculpture titled "Explosion #11" is an original artwork by Joey Bates made of cut paper, glue, acrylic paint. This piece measures 20...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

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Paper, Glue, Acrylic

"NNNAPES!" Abstract, wall hanging sculpture, found objects
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "NNNAPES!" is an original artwork by Jim Houser and is made of assembled objects. This piece measures approximately 30.5”h x 30.5”w x 7”d and ships in the pictured ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Acrylic, Found Objects

Peyote, Sculpture
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Peyote, 2022 by Yunior Manino Wood and cloth Size: 62.9 H X 64.9 W x 31.4 D inches. Edition of 3 Certificate of Authenticity _______ The sculptural work developed by Yunior Marino...
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2010s Abstract Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Textile, Wood

Michele Brody, Re-Blooms, Installation, Handcast Paper, Bamboo, 8'h x 5'w x 3'd
Located in Darien, CT
Michele Brody, Re-Blooms, Installation, Handcast Paper, Bamboo, 8'h x 5'w x 3'd, 2019 The essence of Michele Brody’s work thrives on the interaction with new communities and place-...
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2010s Naturalistic Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Handmade Paper, Wood, Bamboo Paper

"WELCOME TO MY BOOK COLLECTION"Brightly-colored assemblage, Still life sculpture
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This piece titled "WELCOME TO MY BOOK COLLECTION" is an original artwork by Jim Houser and is made of assembled objects. This piece measures approximately 2...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Found Objects, Acrylic

Octopus Sake Set by Ron Nagle
Located in Morton Grove, IL
Octopus Sake Set Porcelain, decal and red enamel underglaze tallest- 4.25" x 3.75” date unkown Ron Nagle is one of the most important sculptors in the United States. He work is highly collected and included in museum collections such as Shigaraki Museum, Japan; Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Musée de Plastique, Paris; San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; and the Stedelijk Museum in the Netherlands. He was born in San Francisco and began working with ceramics during the 1950s as a high school student. In 1961 he apprenticed to Peter Voulkos at the University of California, Berkeley, and later exhibited his work alongside Voulkos, Ken Price, and other innovative West Coast artists working in clay. His work is inspired by such artists as Giorgio Morandi, Phillip Guston, and George Herriman...
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1980s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Clay

Large Geode with stand
Located in Long Island City, NY
This large geode is an intriguing sculpture with immense depth and contrasting textures. Size: 31 x 25 x 5 inches Size with base: 41 x 25 x 5 inches
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15th Century and Earlier Naturalistic Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Precious Stone

"Tape recorder", Needlepoint Embroidery Found Object Sculpture, Textile Art
Located in Philadelphia, PA
This found object sculpture titled "Tape recorder" is an original artwork by Ulla-Stina Wikander made of needlepoint embroidery and vintage object. Her i...
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2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Found Objects, Thread

Correct Time, Surrealist Clock with Permanent Marker by William Stone
Located in Long Island City, NY
Artist: Willam Stone, American XXth - XXIst Title: Correct Time Year: 1987 Medium: Marker on Clock on Base, signed, titled and numbered on bottom Edition: 4/10 Size: 26 in. x 25...
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1980s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Permanent Marker

Relicts for Holy Monday
Located in München, BY
Krištof Kintera Relicts for Holy Monday, 2022 signed & dated Silver plate coated epoxy Circa 39 x 7 cm Circa 15 3/8 x 2 3/4 in This is a unique piece
Category

2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Epoxy Resin

Cane Corso Dog Bust, Patinated Bronze Sculpture
Located in Long Island City, NY
The Cane Corso is an Italian breed of dog, for years valued highly in Italy as a companion, guardian and hunter. This bronze bust is a loveable, lifelike r...
Category

Late 20th Century Realist Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

The new world by Estuardo Maldonado Geometric Abstract Steel Sculpture 1974
Located in Brescia, IT
This Estuardo Maldonado sculpture in engraved stainless steel, it's a unique artist's first edition. The support is in satinated steel.
Category

1970s Constructivist Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Stainless Steel

Agustina Bottoni - Melodicware — Sound Sculpture
By Agustina Bottoni
Located in Collonge Bellerive, Geneve, CH
Sculpted BY AGUSTINA BOTTONI Hand-Sculpted in Italy Materials: solid brass with satin fnish - base in black Marquina or white Carrara marble Dimensions: 185 cm x 50 cm / 73’’ x 19,6’...
Category

2010s Abstract Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Brass

'Abstract Love, ' by ArmanH, Graphic Metal Sculpture
Located in Oklahoma City, OK
The graphic metal sculpture 'Abstract Love' by ArmanH is an experience to turn the artist's drawing into a 2D sculpture using metal. The intricately woven lines of metal create dram...
Category

2010s Contemporary Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Steel

Contemporary Porcelain Sculpture White Skull Animal Bethany Krull Female Artist
Located in Buffalo, NY
An original sculptural installation by contemporary conceptual American artist Bethany Krull. This work titled The Swamp features a series of individual concrete cups each with a se...
Category

2010s Conceptual Still-life Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain

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