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Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993) VIEW BIOGRAPHY CLOSE BIOGRAPHY

Sculptor, draughtsman and teacher. Studied at Guidlford School of Art, 1947-9, and Chelsea School of Art, 1949-53, under Willi Soukop and Bernard Meadows. She taught at Chelsea School of Art from 1951 ro 1961, St Martin’s School of Art, 1954-62, and at the Royal College of Art from 1965 to 1967. After early exhibiting with the London Group, Frink had a one-man show at St George’s Gallery in 1955 and four years later at Bertha Shaefer Gallery, New York. Over the years she established herself as a sculptor concerned with themes, such as goggle men, running men and horses with and wothout riders. She worked on many major public commissions, such as Wild Boar for Harlow New Town; Blind Beggar and Dog, at Bethnal Green and a noble horse andrider for Picadilly, ...

Green Man - Elisabeth Frink

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