Armengol's major commissioned sculpture work 'The Brotherhood of Mankind' won him international acclaim. His private experimental works frequently reverted back to blocks of clay. Those that he decided to keep include a grieving woman's head, a reflective boy - possibly a self-portrait and one of very few works cast in bronze (and eagerly purchased by friends and acquaintances), women in torment, kneeling, and in repose.
'Armengol' by Armengol, Bronze c1975-80
Reclining Figure, Plaster 1960s
Maquette - Brotherhood of Mankind 1960s
Legacy of War, Plaster c1948
Sleeping Woman, Plaster 1980s
Nude Study 1970s
Preliminary Plaster, Kneeling Girl, 1970s< span>