(1842 - 1937)
Albert Bruce-Joy was active/lived in United Kingdom. Albert Bruce Joy is known for Portrait statue, bust and medallion sculpture.
Biography Albert Bruce-Joy
Born in Dublin but educated in London, Paris and Rome, Albert Bruce-Joy
was an Irish sculptor working in England. The brother of the painter
George W. Joy, he became known under his hyphenated name Bruce-Joy later
in life. Joy trained as a sculptor with John Henry Foley at the
National Art Training School, South Kensington, and the Royal Academy
Schools and began exhibiting at the Royal Academy from 1866 onwards.
his return to Rome in the 1870's he took over the commission for a
statue of Robert James Graves for the Royal College of Physicians in
Dublin. This was originally given to the late John Foley (died 1874) who
had previously finished three statues for the College. This commissio
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