Jean Doyle Bronzes – Bronze Sculptures
Jean Doyle is an internationally-recognised sculptor from South Africa whose trademark of the fuller female-figure offers interesting social critiques.
Please explore the website further where Jean Doyle has presented several aspects of her bronze work – the “Spirit of Women” bronze sculptures, the African Images, some Miniature bronzes and Lifesize bronze sculptures.
Jean has won international commisisons which include the famous Just Nuisance in Simons Town, South Africa, two diamond miners for Diamonds South Africa (Pty) Ltd; and Kifangondo, Angola’s National Monument which depicts National Freedom. Kifangondo is considered to be one of the largest artworks on the African Continent – it weighs just under 8 tons, stands 9 metres high and took just under a year to complete.
“Jean Doyle’s work is renowned all over the world and her veneration of the fuller female figure has become a trademark of her work as well as a tool for social commentary.” Zanele Mbeki
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