Male Form Sculpture(35 items)
Welcome to the Male Form Sculpture Collection at NOVICA.
Featured Review on Male Form Sculpture
Very beautiful! Much bigger than I anticipated, which is very good. This young man fits perfectly in my living room with wood carvings of elephants, giraffs, plants, etc. I am really happy to have this work of art in my home. Thank you Mr. Rendah.
Wayan Rendah Wood sculptures
The artistry of Wayan Rendah has been featured in numerous periodicals, including Sunset magazine. "It gives me great pleasure when one of my statues inspires somebody," the artist says.
"I was born in Bali on June 17, 1973. I am the oldest of seven children, in a family consisting of four brothers and three sisters. I started to learn to sculpt at the age of eight when I was still in primary school, learning... read more
Popular Male Form Sculpture
Hand Carved Wooden Statuette of Balinese Flute Player, "The Flute Player"$127.99
Playfully catching the end of his sarong with his toes, a young Balinese man plays his flute idly. His eyes are closed, and his position is one of utter relaxation and ease. The talented Wayan Rendah from Bali carves the charming statuette from suar wood in a warm brown shade.
Hand-Carved Wood Sculpture of Two Lovers from Indonesia, "A Couple in Love"$37.99
Holding each other in a loving embrace, a couple poses for the viewer in this sculpture from Indonesia. Wayan Rendah creates this sculpture, hand-carving the romantic duo from suar wood with abstract forms that showcase his subjects' bodies. This sculpture is given a gleaming black finish.
Distressed Hand Carved Wood Statuette of Dutch Boy, "Sinyo"$97.99
Artisan Made Pastika from Bali names this sculpture , a term used in Colonial-era Java that means "young Dutch man". The boy wears a traditional uniform as he stands relaxed, hand in pockets. The artisan carves the piece by hand and gives it a rustic, distressed finish for antique appeal.
Hand Crafted Bronze Contemporary Sculpture of a Pitcher, "Pitcher"$1,279.99
Goga of Brazil hand sculpts this bronze pitcher, just after the wind-up, about to send a ball hurtling toward home plate. Goga defines her style as "Contemporary Figurativism," visible in the sleek lines of this athlete that capture the tension and dynamics of the pitcher's star moment. This captivating bronze sculpture stands on a polished black granite base.