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Still life Sculptures

Rediscover what still life means in 21st century sculpture through our selection of still life sculpture art. You’ll be surprised to see how this genre is paradoxically more alive than ever, and never ceases to inspire our artists here at KAZoART. So let your curiosity run wild!

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OLIVIER MESSAS - Le petit voilier or et marron... 2/8 (série : esprit voile 2016)
OLIVIER MESSAS
Bronze Sculpture
16 x 28 x 8 cm
$1,525
Jérôme Poumès - Shiny building
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
10 x 73 cm
$864
David Léger - Nature morte 2
David Léger
Marble Sculpture
29 x 33 cm
$1,769
Yannick Bouillault - L'origine du sixties
Yannick Bouillault
Stone Sculpture
14 x 4 cm
$915
Bernard Métranve - La feuille
Bernard Métranve
Bronze Sculpture
52 x 79 cm
$6,404
Jérôme Poumès - Rêverie des abysses
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
35 x 140 cm
$3,558
Yannick Bouillault - Pink period
Yannick Bouillault
Stone Sculpture
8 x 16 x 6 cm
$325
David Léger - Nature morte
David Léger
Marble Sculpture
30 x 53 cm
$2,506
Yannick Bouillault - Red period
Yannick Bouillault
Stone Sculpture
8 x 17 cm
$274
Yannick Bouillault - Sixties granite 2
Yannick Bouillault
Stone Sculpture
13 x 18 cm
$1,220
Yannick Bouillault - C'était l'ère industrielle
Yannick Bouillault
Metal Sculpture
20 x 17 cm
$1,118
Jérôme Poumès - Ecorce, armure de l'arbre
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
12 x 68 cm
$559
Adeline Weber Guibal - Dans le même bateau
Adeline Weber Guibal
Bronze Sculpture
60 x 70 cm
$3,659
Yannick Bouillault - L'origine du sixties 2
Yannick Bouillault
Stone Sculpture
12 x 4 cm
$915
Jérôme Poumès - Pensées sylvestres
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
35 x 51 cm
$915
Philippe Buil - Flamme vanité 33-22
Philippe Buil
Metal Sculpture
11 x 29 x 8 cm
$407
Sypo - Main
Bronze Sculpture
10 x 10 cm
$407
Jérôme Poumès - Nouveau départ
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
48 x 43 cm
$1,220
Yves Pagart - Pompei
Yves Pagart
Mixed media
83 x 83 cm
$977
Norman Gekko - Chanel n.5 Jackson Pollock
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
15 x 22 cm
$864
Norman Gekko - Chanel n.5 junkyard
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
15 x 20 cm
$864
Norman Gekko - Chanel n.5 oversized
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
40 x 70 cm
$4,574
Alison Bignon - Acropora uruz
Alison Bignon
Resin Sculpture
26 x 19 cm
$813
Delphine Grandvaux - Fleur
Metal Sculpture
30 x 30 cm
$508
MINDUS - Gaia
Metal Sculpture
150 x 150 cm
$4,066
Nouna - Bouche rouge kiss
Nouna
Resin Sculpture
15 x 13 cm
$559
Norman Gekko - Crushed Marshall amp
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
15 x 25 cm
$966
Norman Gekko - Chanel n.5 inoxx
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
15 x 22 cm
$1,220
Delphine Grandvaux - Arbre I
Metal Sculpture
25 x 85 cm
$2,440
Norman Gekko - Chanel n.5 black with box
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
28 x 20 cm
$1,779
Jérôme Poumès - Twisted métabuilding
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
8 x 72 cm
$966
Delphine Grandvaux - Hanami
Metal Sculpture
70 x 70 cm
$3,354
Jérôme Poumès - Arum inox
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
33 x 60 cm
$559
Aude Billerot - Je t'aime de "tous mes coeurs"
Aude Billerot
Stone Sculpture
70 x 100 cm
$894
Rodolphe Martinez - Vigne
Rodolphe Martinez
Metal Sculpture
60 x 90 cm
$8,132
Aude Billerot - Je t'aime à la folie
Aude Billerot
Stone Sculpture
50 x 50 cm
$488
Bosselin - Quelques livres anciens
Mixed media
29 x 26 cm
$1,067
Gilles Quéré - Boletus manilla
Clay Sculpture
21 x 25 cm
$661
ART'MONY - Apple artentation pop
ART'MONY
Resin Sculpture
16 x 19 cm
$691
Yves Pagart - Rolling stones
Yves Pagart
Mixed media
90 x 90 cm
$1,728
Gilles Quéré - Menhir glas
Clay Sculpture
8 x 18 cm
$386
Delphine Grandvaux - Germination
Metal Sculpture
47 x 38 cm
$793
MINDUS - Pin
Metal Sculpture
34 x 140 cm
$834
Luca Izzo - Intrinsic reality
Luca Izzo
Resin Sculpture
76 x 40 cm
$6,607
Alain Mandon - Allumer le feu
Alain Mandon
Metal Sculpture
40 x 54 cm
$1,016
Norman Gekko - Cartier recycled
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
25 x 6 cm
$966
Gilles Quéré - Bonsai
Mixed media
30 x 28 cm
$661
Yannick Bouillault - Sixties granite
Yannick Bouillault
Stone Sculpture
11 x 20 cm
$1,016
Jérôme Poumès - Building 10
Jérôme Poumès
Metal Sculpture
4 x 50 cm
$356
Alain Mandon - Saxo
Alain Mandon
Metal Sculpture
25 x 40 cm
$346
Jean-Pierre Pautou - Ranunculus
Wood Sculpture
37 x 57 cm
$1,626
Yannick Bouillault - 6 roupies
Yannick Bouillault
Metal Sculpture
27 x 16 cm
$1,728
Morgan Paslier - Car in cement 2
Morgan Paslier
Concrete Sculpture
6 x 8 cm
$152
Clémentine Vauchelet - La peau est le bois 2
Clémentine Vauchelet
Wood Sculpture
10 x 41 cm
$762
Yannick Bouillault - 5 euros
Yannick Bouillault
Metal Sculpture
18 x 20 cm
$1,728
Norman Gekko - Paparazzi Vuitton
Norman Gekko
Mixed media
15 x 10 cm
$864
Jean-Pierre Pautou - Les absents
Wood Sculpture
700 x 200 cm
$30,494

Famous still life sculpture art

Still life in painting refers to the depiction of inanimate elements (objects or inanimate objects). In the realm of sculpture it’s very much the same, except that it can be abstract or figurative. 

However, it is mainly figurative, mimicking or representing everyday objects. It is once again the avant-garde artists, and especially the Dadaists, who will bring this somewhat unique genre to the forefront. Specifically, they combined everyday objects to make them interact with each other. 

It is what Marcel Duchamp christened the “Ready-made“ technique(Wheel of bicycle; Fountain). The initial idea the Dadaists had was to breathe new life into the world of the art by questioning its codes and principles ("what is the art?, what is considered beautiful?, etc) and not to create a visual arts language.

Nevertheless, the concept was so phenomenally successful that the artistic movements and trends that followed were largely inspired by it (Surrealism, Pop Art, etc.). Let us take for example, the still life sculptures of Roy Lichtenstein (Mirrors) and some "combine paintings" (assembly of different elements) or Martial Raysse and Robert Rauschenberg (Monogram) who put the object itself at the heart of their creations. 

Finally, let us remember that the Cubists (Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque) also participated in revolutionizing the genre of still life in the world of sculpture (Pablo Picasso, Verre d'absinthe).

Still life sculpture art: definition and techniques

In Antiquity, still life sculpture was first perceived as a technique for decoration, serving to energize and embellish pottery, dishes and wall frescoes. Then, just like painting, it became a real trompe-l'oeil. Still life sculptures, just as is the case in painting, were considered a minor genre until the 19th century, and won’t know international success before until the beginning of the 20th century.

When it comes to the materials used to make a still life sculpture, there are no rules or limits. The sculptor can choose noble materials (silver, marble...) or, conversely, prefer more ordinary materials (metal, object...) that they can accumulate, aiming to get as close as possible to the subject they wish to reproduce. Everything will depend on their artistic approach.

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