This fabulous antelope head sculpture is by the Mexican artist, Sergio Bustamante. This antelope head wall hanging sculpture, comprised of mixed brass and copper, with contrasting patination of the horns and ears, would work great in a within a variety of home interior styles, whether sitting perfectly within a Postmodern, Mid-Century Modern, Scandinavian Modern or Danish modern home or being the statement piece within in a Contemporary or Minimalism room. Why not consider mixing it up in a Traditional, Transitional, Classical or Art Deco room by adding a splash of juxtaposition with this statement piece.


Sergio Bustamante is a Mexican Artist and sculptor. Bustamante was born in Culiacan, Sinaloa in 1949 and studied architecture at the University of Guadalajara. Bustamante's first art exhibition showcased paintings and papier-mâché figures at the Galeria Misracha in Mexico City in 1966. In 1975, Bustamante was part of a group of artists that established the "Family Workshop Studio" in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico. In the mid-1970s, his practice expanded to include wood and bronze sculpture.

Antelope Head Sculpture by Sergio Bustamante, 1970s

  • Height: 120.0cm
    Width: 47.0cm
    Depth: 46.0cm