Dame Elisabeth Frink RA

The Great Bow,

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Nausicaa

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Odysseus Meets Penelope

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

 

 

Calypso,

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Odysseus Meets his Son

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

 

 

Telemachus and Nector

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Menelaus and Helen

lithograph

20 x 16cm

 

The Book of the Dead

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Cyclops

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

 

 

Untitled

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

 

 

Circe

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Untitled

From The Odyssey

lithograph

25.5 x 16.5cm

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Dame Elisabeth Frink RA (1930 – 1990) is internationally recognised as one of the most important British sculptors of the 20th Century. She studied at the Guildford School of Art (1946–9) and with Bernard Meadows at the Chelsea School of Art (1949–53). Frink's range of subjects included men, birds, dogs, horses and religious motifs. From the 1970s she focused on the male nude, barrel-chested, with mask-like features, attenuated limbs and a pitted surface, for example Striding Man. Frink's sculpture, and her lithographs and etchings created as book illustrations, drew on archetypes expressing masculine strength, struggle and aggression.

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