Sculptures For Sale

Discover sculpture for sale online today. Our collection is continuously growing with pieces from international sculptors. We showcase sculptures in a range of styles, from realistic to conceptual. Not sure where to start? Browse our animal, figurative or landscape sculpture for sale.

Featured Sculptors

Russian artist Alexander Grigorev uses wood and gold paint to create intricate yet minimalist sculptures such as those in his Molecule series. This series touches on the relationship between European society with Asian and Russian tradition that Alexander experienced first-hand. His work pushes sculpture into the realm of innovative architectural design as the artist uses carefully constructed designs to explore the relationship of innovative western ideas with conventional Russian and Asian craftsmanship.

Nicola Beattie creates indoor sculpture out of stone, plaster and bronze focusing on the power of light and water. Nicola’s artwork Furl (2018) is a small sculpture made out of Spanish alabaster stone. The simplicity of the design is not to be underestimated, as its carefully folded centre creates a circular form that captures the power of light on the natural material. The sculpture’s use of light radiates a sense of tranquillity and calmness.

Find out more Sculptors here or take a look at our female sculptors.

History of Sculpture

Traditionally, sculptures have been created from carving, modelling, casting or constructing materials of stone, metal and wood. Yet in recent years, artists have also worked with the modern materials of glass and steel.

The purpose of sculpture for monumental recognition and celebration went unchallenged for hundreds of years. Like many art forms, sculpture during the 19th and 20th centuries undertook radical transformation as modern art broke away from traditional conventions. Sculpture in western nations modernised Classicism with an emphasis on naturalism, melodrama and sentimentality. Bronze casted sculptures such as The Thinker (1880) by Auguste Rodin embody these new values of modern classicism. Rodin captures the physical and emotional expression conducted by the subject as opposed to its realistic details.

In the interwar years of the 1920s and 1930s, modern art movements, such as Cubism, Conceptualism and Minimalism, experimented with traditional sculptural techniques and materials. Pablo Picasso created a series of collaged objects and materials into single sculptures, referring to them as ‘involuntary sculptures.’ Artists such as Marcel Duchamp coined the term ‘found object’ by displaying Fountain (1917) as a sculptural work. These artworks by Picasso and Duchamp began to challenge the perception of how sculptures were produced and perceived.

Whilst Picasso and Duchamp broke down the material and conceptual boundaries of sculpture, British artists such as Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore continued to use the traditional materials of stone and metal to create revolutionary conceptual designs. Many contemporary artists continue to push the boundaries of sculpture including some of our artists such as Willie Nash and Yurim Gough.

Find out more in our Guide To Sculpture.

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      Screaming $$

      Sculpture - 45x19cm

      Bouncing O's

      Sculpture - 36x55cmRent for £ 68/mo

      Meditating Love

      Sculpture - 60x60cm

      Banksi

      Sculpture - 40x113cmRent for £ 588/mo

      Meditating Chanel (Silver)

      Sculpture - 60x60cm

      Finding The Omnipotent

      Sculpture - 50x58cmRent for £ 155/mo

      It's Just a Pea - G

      Sculpture - 50x50cmRent for £ 123/mo

      Contra

      Sculpture - 43x40cmRent for £ 183/mo

      Bouncing O IV

      Sculpture - 26x12cmRent for £ 35/mo

      Mint Desire

      Sculpture - 37x37cm

      The Rocking-Horse Winner

      Sculpture - 20x14cmRent for £ 54/mo

      Lollipop

      Sculpture - 102x80cmRent for £ 101/mo

      Desire and Denial

      Sculpture - 20x10cmRent for £ 65/mo

      I Wake Up Screaming IV

      Sculpture - 24x20cm

      At One With Four Walls And A Chair

      Sculpture - 26x62cmRent for £ 155/mo

      Fish Egg Maquette

      Sculpture - 30x15cm

      Tiny Riders

      Sculpture - 9x36cmRent for £ 44/mo

      Electronic bar

      Sculpture - 17x17cmRent for £ 54/mo

      Blue Desire

      Sculpture - 37x37cm

      Colorful labyrinths

      Sculpture - 80x80cm

      Rocking-Horse Rider I

      Sculpture - 15x12cmRent for £ 54/mo

      Ascending the Deity (Belly of Ganesh)

      Sculpture - 4x3cmRent for £ 63/mo

      Venice

      Sculpture - 14x19cmRent for £ 109/mo

      Woman on Round Creature II

      Sculpture - 14x24cmRent for £ 34/mo

      La Geria

      Sculpture - 59x52cmRent for £ 197/mo

      Tumbleweed

      Sculpture - 61x61cm

      Staccato

      Sculpture - 15x31cm

      Black Lenin with Bright Spots

      Sculpture - 19x15cmRent for £ 59/mo