Don Brown was born in Norfolk in 1962 and studied at the Central School of Art in London from 1983 to 1985. A graduate of the renowned London Royal College of Art in 1988, Don Brown became known for the portraits of his wife Yoko. The contemplative calm and the delicacy of his figurines are a stylistic feature. He mainly uses materials such as bronze, coloured acrylic or silver. Through the collaboration with the Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg, Brown realized a first work in porcelain. His figurines examine the human body and its individual posture. In contrast to classical sculptures, which embody an ideal image and follow strict iconographic guidelines, Brown's sculptures are committed to an almost naturalistic realism.