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Browse our wide-ranging selection of over 88 original wall sculptures by artists working in a variety of mediums. Suitable for both the interior home and outdoor spaces, sculptures anchor a space and are available in numerous textures and colors. Read more

Wall sculptures are a great option if you’d love to own original sculpture but don’t have the space for a free-standing work. Wall-mounted, three dimensional works can be showcased without taking up floor space, and will add considerable beauty and interest to a room. Saatchi Art is proud to offer a wide range of contemporary wall sculptures for sale in a variety of styles (e.g. pop art, abstract, figurative)  and materials including wood, metal, and paper. Whether you’re an experienced collector or just starting out, we’re confident that our global selection contains original works that fit your style, space, and budget.

Wall sculptures originated as far back as the Paleolithic era and were a common artistic medium in ancient civilizations around the world. These early relief sculptures were carved in low relief into buildings and walls in Egyptian, Assyrian, Mesopotamian, Chinese, Islamic, and Mixtec civilizations and usually held some sort of narrative significance, be it historical or religious. High relief carvings with more depth and perspective appeared in Classical antiquity and were common on medieval European churches. Contemporary wall sculptures, though not necessarily carved into stone, stem from this practice. Early modern wall sculptures played with perspective and ideas of space. By the 1960s and 1970s, many artists became more concerned with critiquing the art world and its practices. By creating sculptures to display on walls, as opposed to traditional pedestals, these artists broke away from typical institutional practices and pushed the boundaries and definitions of what is considered to be art. Today, artists continue to create wall sculptures and art in a variety of mediums and styles.

Early wall sculptures were added to panels on large monuments and sites of worship where a large audience would benefit from the work’s intended message. These sculptors chiseled directly into the building, carving figures at different depths to achieve more realistic perspective and detail. Some sculptors similarly played with perspective and depth on a smaller scale, creating wall sculptures and art that combined several mediums. Picasso’s wall sculptures, for example, jutted out to into the viewer’s space to different extents. Some artists attached real, found objects to canvas supports or painted their sculptures before displaying them, creating works that border the line between three-dimensional sculpture and a flat painting.

Robert Rauschenberg’s “Bed” (1955) is an assemblage piece that demonstrates artists’ desire to create objects situated between sculpture and painting. For this work, Rauschenberg attached real objects, including a pillow and quilt, to a canvas, which was then hung on a wall like a painting. Grego Colson is similarly known for constructing wall sculptures like from found materials. Pablo Picasso is known for his series of Cubist wall sculptures “Guitar” (1912-14). He created the guitar in a series of disjointed and skewed planes. Richard Artschwager painted his wood wall sculptures like “Journal II” (1991) with acrylic paint before having them placed on the corner points of walls for display. Other artists associated with wall sculptures include Bruce Gray, Alexander Calder, and Vladimir Tatlin.

Spy me line yellow Nr.2, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 6.7 W x 8.7 H x 2 in
$370
Spy me line red Nr.7, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 9.4 W x 9.4 H x 2 in
$400
Spy me line green Nr. 6, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 6.7 W x 8.7 H x 2 in
$370
Wall-Shrine Jardin des Tuileries (a walk in the park), Sculpture image
United Kingdom
$10,750
Prints from $70
germ warfare, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 20 W x 26 H x 1 in
United States
$680
Abloom, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 24 W x 24 H x 2 in
United States
$1,370
Spy me line yellow Nr. 4, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 6.7 W x 8.7 H x 2 in
$370
106 - MONUMENT IN MINIATURE, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 8 W x 8 H x 4 in
United States
$420
Prints from $40
La Diva Wall Mask, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 14.5 W x 21.5 H x 4.5 in
United States
$365
Spy me line yellow Nr. 1, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 6.7 W x 8.7 H x 2 in
$370
With His Head in a..., Sculpture image
Sculpture, 13.5 W x 18 H x 4 in
United States
$515
jet blue, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 24 W x 24 H x 0.5 in
United States
$315
Ellipse, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 17 W x 29 H x 4 in
United States
$1,370
Bursting Web, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 28 W x 28 H x 7 in
$2,070
Prints from $41
FRIEND REQUEST, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 43.3 W x 43.3 H x 19.7 in
$6,000
110 -MONUMENT IN MINIATURE - Power Broker, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 8 W x 8 H x 3.5 in
United States
$420
Prints from $40
117 - TOTEM, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 12 W x 12 H x 4 in
United States
$475
Prints from $40
Rudere n1, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 12 W x 22 H x 3 in
130 - Loving, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 17.5 W x 12 H x 4 in
United States
$640
115 - MONUMENT IN MINIATURE - Cyber Fencing, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 8 W x 8 H x 3.5 in
United States
$420
Prints from $40
orbs, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 19 W x 19 H x 1 in
United States
$765
Spy me line green Nr. 2, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 6.7 W x 8.7 H x 2 in
$370
Art 4, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 14.2 W x 20.5 H x 4.7 in
United Kingdom
$2,900
It's A Girl, Sculpture image
Sculpture, 17 W x 17 H x 2.5 in
United States
$515
Prints from $40
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