Charles Leighfield Jonah Doman (also known as C L J Doman, C L J Doman)

Charles Leighfield Jonah Doman was a sculptor active, particularly in London, England, in the early-20th century.

In 1906 he won the first national scholarship in sculpture followed by a travelling scholarship in sculpture at the Royal College of Art in 1908. He exhibited at the Royal Academy between 1909 and 1944 and worked for a period as an assistant to Albert Hemstock Hodge (born 1875, died 1917) on the Port of London Authority building.

Doman specialised in decorative and architectural sculpture. He is especially noted for his figures on the 1925 entrance front of the Lloyds building, Leadenhall Street, London and for the frieze crowning Liberty's Regent Street shop front.


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