Sculpture List of Famous Decorative Art Sculptures

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List of the most famous decorative art sculptures in the world, listed alphabetically with pictures of the art when available. The popular decorative art sculptures on this list are considered to be some of the most recognizable works of art on the planet, so save yourself a trip to the museum and check out this artwork from the comfort of your own home. decorative art is an extremely important genre in the art world, so it's no surprise that some of the most recognizable fall under the decorative art genre. You can find additional information about these well-known sculptures by clicking on the names of the pieces.

Armoire said to be by Hugues Sambin and Sard Ewer are included on this poll, along with many more.

This list answers the questions, "What are examples of decorative art sculptures?" and "What are the most famous decorative art sculptures?"

"Eleanor" crystal vase is a rock crystal vase created by Sansanian crystal carvers in the 6th or 7th century with a filigree mount created in the 12th century.. ...more on Wikipedia

Genres (Art): Decorative arts

Art Form: Sculpture, Metalworking

Period / Movement: Sassanid art, Byzantine art

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Armoire said to be by Hugues Sambin is an armoire (said to be) created by Hugues Sambin in 1580. ...more on Wikipedia

Artist: Hugues Sambin

Subject: Mythology, Cain and Abel, Creationism

Genres (Art): Decorative arts

Art Form: Sculpture, Bas-relief, Painting

Period / Movement: Mannerism

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Equestrian statuette of Charlemagne or Charles the Bald

Equestrian statuette of Charlemagne or Charles the Bald is a bronze statuette created by artisans during the ninth century. ...more on Wikipedia

Subject: Charlemagne, Charles the Bald, Holy Roman Emperor

Genres (Art): Decorative arts

Art Form: Sculpture

Period / Movement: Carolingian art

Henri IV as Jupiter is a bronzework sculpture created by Barthelemy Prieur in 1608. ...more on Wikipedia

Artist: Barthélemy Prieur

Subject: Henry IV of France

Genres (Art): Decorative arts

Art Form: Sculpture

Period / Movement: Mannerism, Classicism

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