Geometric sculptures emerged in the early 1900s, during a time when artists turned away from traditional practices to abstracted styles. Early artists who experimented with this style include the Cubists, Russian Constructivists, and Futurists. Later sculptors steered toward a minimalist style. Today, artists continue the tradition in a variety of mediums, crafting steel, bronze, and wooden sculptures in the geometric vein. If you enjoy sharp structural forms or are interested in works inspired by famous geometric sculptures by the likes of David Smith and Donald Judd, we invite you to explore our global selection of geometric sculptures for sale.