Edoardo Daniele Villa

Edoardo Daniele Villa (1915–2011) was a notable South African sculptor of Italian descent who worked primarily in steel, and bronze . Villa moved progressively through stylized figuration to structural abstraction. The universality of humankind is a theme that dominates his work.

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