Leave it to Kelly Wearstler to incorporate the most unique furniture and sculpture into her interiors, including the most unusual anatomical sculptures which (as quoted above) she deems “organic and sexy.”

The dining room of her Hillcrest Estate, amassed with figurines and sculptures.

The Malibu Beach Residence, with life size figures and overscaled sculpture (above and below).

If you’re ever in the hunt for antomically correct sculptures (as was I for a current design project), check out what 1st Dibs has to offer with their ever changing assortment of inventory and great connections to individual vendors.

This “Overlife sized Plaster Sculpture of a Face” measures approx 32″ w x 20″h” and is avaialbe through Talisman London.

This 1940’s Female Bust from the Czech Republic is available for $1,100 through Vintage a la Mode in San Francisco.

An Italian Cubo-Futurist Bust, circa 197o is made of tin.  Available through Dual Modern in New York.

Antique French Bust Of Diana “The Huntress” France circa 1880’s-90’s, from Moss Antiques in New Orleans.

Pair of 1930’s Deco Busts, finished in crackle lacquer from the Paul Marra Showroom in Los Angeles.

Bronze Abstract Sculpture by Artist Richard Etts in mint condition from Colin Fisher Studios.

For more online finds visit 1st Dibs (searches “busts” “sculpture” “anatomical sculpture”)

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3 Comments to 'Anatomically Correct'

Aansy 12 Jul 10 at 2:03 am

wow, love these collection of busts the details are stunning

Ann 12 Jul 10 at 10:57 am

I have to say, I use to LOVE Kelly Wearstler – and while I love your post, I have to say it – her recent stuff has been such a disappointment and a departure from what I loved about her. I find her to be so creative, definetely has her own unique style but her recent book Hue, which many of these images are from, I bought site unseen, in my opinion, is disappointing. Her suddent flashback to the 80’s and her over the top design is girls gone wild. I’m a big fan of her’s, just not her recent collection. While I love stuff on my dining room table – who’s the one that has to take all those sculptures off to eat. Then again, somehow I don’t think she’s the one doing it so I guess that’s ok 🙂 Sorry just need to voice my opinion.

maison21 01 Aug 10 at 9:10 pm

love this post, and you have my mailing address so the last bronze can be sent to me, right? 😉

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