Elisabeth Frink: A Retrospective
19. February — 21. April,
Main and Upper Gallery
Free Entry, donations welcome
Dame Elisabeth Frink RA (1930 1993) is widely considered to be the most celebrated female figurative sculptor in 20th Century Britain.
This retrospective exhibition, the first in over 25 years, brings together many of Frinks most important works with photography, correspondence and personal items, a number of which will be displayed for the first time.
Elisabeth Frink, Eagle Lectern, 1962 © The Elisabeth Frink Estate
Recurring forms of men, animals and birds were employed by the artist to explore great themes such as aggression, vulnerability, suffering and struggle.