Solid Bronze Farm Animal Sculptures
About our farm animal sculpture range
If you are a fan of sculpted artwork and a lover of animals, you will find lots to enjoy in this collection of bronze farmyard animals. At Sculpture Gallery we have brought together wonderful pieces of sculpture that celebrate the joys of British farms. This collection captures the beauty of the farm animals in a fresh and original way and you'll find animals ranging from highland cows and pigs, to chickens and more.
Wide range of animals
If you, like us, enjoy the beautiful sights and sounds of the British countryside, then it's likely you will have a soft spot for farm animals. These creatures are an integral part of everything lovely which we associate with the countryside. This collection of sculptures brings together all the classic animals which you might see in fields across these shores. From pigs to cows to horses to trusty working dogs, a scroll through this collection of sculptures is a bit like a peaceful Sunday amble along footpaths, over stiles, and through pleasant green fields.
Perfect gift for animal lovers
A bronze statue from this collection would of course also be an excellent choice if you are looking for a gift for a loved one who passionate about animals. The notable artists who have crafted these sculptures have done an excellent job of capturing the essence of these animals' character in still life. To be able to do such take a great deal of skill, but also understanding, from each sculptor.
Precision and beauty
Indeed, what is so impressive about these animal representations is the precision. This comes through in everything from the shape of the horns, the textural quality of the fur to the shapes of the bodies. For example in one bronze the animal is perfectly captured running with its legs outstretched. Figurative sculpture freezes a moment in time, and yet is able to contain a real sense of the dynamism of what is being depicted. The solid bronze farm animal sculptures in this collection allude to that magic, with the subjects frozen still and yet seem somehow to have so much fluidity and mobility.