Many powerful bronzes were also made in the 1960′s. These have a strong and disquieting presence and some are often referred to as Brown's ‘savage images’.
'These aggressively lacerated females and insectile creatures resembling now a praying mantis, now some corrupt temple goddess with horned head-dress, take us into surrealist fantasy . . ,'
Neville Wallis,' Rodin and After' in The Spectator 19 July 1963