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© estate of Elisabeth Frink. All rights reserved, DACS 2017. Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

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Dogs, birds, horses and other animals were a staple element of Frink’s sculpture. In the 1950s they were often presented as fierce, predatory

National Galleries of Scotland, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art




acrylic & chalk on paper


H 105 x W 71.5 cm

Accession number

GMA 3980

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Gabrielle Keiller, 1995

Work type


Inscription description

Inscribed bottom left: Frink 87


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