Elizabeth Frink

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Dame Elisabeth Frink ‘Small Male Figure with Goggles’, © Frink Estate The Farm, Modern Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Elisabeth Frink, Bay Area Figurative Movement, Sculpture Projects, Ceramic Figures, Modern Artists, Male Figure

‘Small Male Figure with Goggles’, Dame Elisabeth Frink, c.1968 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Small Male Figure with Goggles’, Dame Elisabeth Frink, c.1968

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‘Horse’, Dame Elisabeth Frink, 1967 | Tate

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Horse and Rider, by Dame Elisabeth Frink Elisabeth Frink, Year Of The Horse, Sculpture Projects, Draw On Photos, Horse Drawings, Horse Sculpture, A Level Art, Equine Art, Animals Images

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Dame Elizabeth Frink 1982 'Flying Men', Odette Assumption Sculpture Park, Windsor, Canada by hanneorla, via Flickr Elisabeth Frink, Windsor Canada, Contemporary Sculpture, Gcse Art, Three Dimensional, Figurative Art, View Image, Female Art, Printmaking

Flickriver: Photoset 'Odette Assumption Sculpture Park, Windsor and Downtown Windsor, Canada set by Hanneorla 2009' by hanneorla

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The Blind Beggar And His Dog, Cranbrook Estate, Bethanl Green (1957-59). This bronze sculpture by Elizabeth Frink was commissioned by Bethnal Green Metropolitan Borough. It was first sited in Roman Road in 1959 and moved to its present site in 1963. The statue stands eight feet on a stepped concrete plinth. The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green is said to be a local mythological figure dating back to the seventeenth century. The sculpture was grade II listed in 1998. Elisabeth Frink, Roman Roads, Bethnal Green, Contemporary Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture, Public Art, Mans Best Friend, Mythology, The Neighbourhood

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The Blind Beggar And His Dog, Cranbrook Estate, Bethanl Green (1957-59). This bronze sculpture by Elizabeth Frink was commissioned by Bethnal Green Metropolitan Borough. It was first sited in Roman Road in 1959 and moved to its present site in 1963. The statue stands eight feet on a stepped concrete plinth. The Blind Beggar of Bethnal Green is said to be a local mythological figure dating back to the seventeenth century. The sculpture was grade II listed in 1998.