Monumental sculpture

"Massive or imposing, exceptionally great, as in quantity, quality, extent, or degree: a monumental work of historical or enduring significance, having the quality of being larger than life; of heroic scale"

This dictionary definition of the term 'monumental' perfectly describes the large scale sculpture we have sourced over the years for both private and public collections. Works range from the 19th century Animalier school including the stags, pointers and other hunting dogs by artists such as Antoine-Louis Barye, Henri-Alfred Jacquemart and Paul Edouard Delabrierre. 20th century work includes the life-size figures in bronze by Aristide Maillol, Auguste Rodin, Joseph Bernard and the massive "Brute" or "Royal Tiger" by Rembrandt Bugatti.

Our range of contemporary sculpture is available for direct purchase or commissions. Artists include Nic Fiddian Green, whose 30 foot high 'Horse Head' currently dominates Marble Arch in central London, Mark Coreth, whose sculpture is displayed at the Globe Theatre and the Natural History Museum, Geoffrey Dashwood, whose "Owl" is placed in the atrium of Canary Wharf HQ of the FSA and the spectacular large moving figures of Sophie Dickens.

Examples of monumental work can be viewed at our private sculpture garden located next to the British Museum in Bloomsbury. By special appointment only.

The work shown on this page is just a selection of available pieces, please click the ARTISTS button to search for a wider selection.