A fabulous opportunity to see work by the famous 20th century artist, Elisabeth Frink in this exhibition of sculpture, prints and drawings.
The idea for the exhibition came from the iconic and well known bronze life-sized sculpture of a black horse outside Lloyds Bank in Milton Keynes, commissioned in 1978 as part of a major public art scheme. The exhibition commemorates the 25th anniversary of Frink’s death in 1993 and the 40th anniversary of the Lloyds’ commission.
Themes of Horses, Heads, Human Figures, Animals and Birds will be explored through magnificent bronze sculpture, print and drawings.
Highlights include a Riace III figure, a 2 metre tall bronze warrior which will dominate the gallery, a Goggle Head, an Easter Head, an Eagle Lectern and many original drawings including Warrior Birds and Horse and Rider.
Entry to the exhibition – By Donation.
© The Elisabeth Frink Estate from The Ingram Collection of Modern British Art
Entry by Donation.
10.00am - 4.00pm
Buckinghamshire County Museum and Roald Dahl Childrens Gallery, Church Street, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 2QP
Tue 20 Mar to Sat 24 Mar, Tue 27 Mar to Sat 31 Mar, Tue 3 Apr to Sat 7 Apr