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When traditional art feels too pedestrian for a room, consider vintage wall sculpture. A decorator go-to for walls that feel one-dimensional, wall sculptures can be procured in a wide array of styles. For unusual wall sculptures or vintage-inspired wall sculptures, there’s no better place to start your search than Chairish. Our love for wall statue art runs deep. Explore our site to shop a unique edit of wall sculpture that includes everything from framed Intaglio art to framed plaster reliefs from famed brands like Wedgwood, and metal Brutalist sculptures, and shell-encrusted sailor’s valentines. Our cut is hand-curated by our style experts to ensure that every sculptural object you come across is a designer-grade treasure with style in spades.

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Animal busts, including traditional taxidermy, are among some of the most sought-after wall sculptures. Look for plaster wall sculptures that replicate the look of taxidermy, as well as paper mache and rattan examples. Mexican artist Sergio Bustamante has also produced numerous animal busts in bronze and brass. If you fancy something more abstract, there are plenty of abstract wall sculptures to choose from as well. Look for Brutalist metal wall art from C. Jere. While many of the brand’s Mid-Century wall art pieces depict identifiable forms like birds, bridges, and flowers, others are more abstract in nature and include sunbursts and ribbon-like forms.

Those with a more traditionalist bent may want to consider Grand Tour Intaglios. Intaglios are white plaster moldings typically featuring ancient scenes and figures from Greece and Italy. Historically, tourists would collect Intaglios from the European Grand Tours. Today, these Intaglios are often mounted in shadowboxes to create an arresting wall sculpture. Wax seals, lifted from old letters, are also used in this manner to create unusual wall sculptures. Don’t forget about crests and shields, either. These handcrafted pieces are generally smaller in scale, making them perfect for small alcove walls and larger gallery walls.