Bird
FCR55
1958, bronze, edition of 10
- modelled in plaster

- Fleming Close studio, London

H: 50.2 cm (19 ¾ in)
Frink resolved and explored themes that interested her by working in series.

She employed bird forms as metaphors for war and destruction and the pitiless destruction of man by man.

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Riace I ...

First H ...

Cock ...

Cat ...

Goggled ...

St. Joh ...

Blind B ...

Wild Bo ...

Christ ...

Man wit ...

Bird ...

Head ...

Birdman ...

Carlton ...

Eagle L ...

Alcock ...

Bishops ...

Flame o ...

Flying ...

Risen C ...

Crucifi ...

Altar C ...

Fish He ...

Falling ...

Harbing ...

Winged ...

Soldier ...

Judas ...

Dying K ...

Assassi ...

First M ...

Soldier ...

Standar ...

Mirage ...

Head ...

Goggled ...

Horse a ...

Silver ...

Bison M ...

De Beer ...

Horse a ...

Paterno ...

Sir Joh ...

Baboon ...

Miners ...

St. Edm ...

MIT Med ...

Horse ...

Man ...

Sleepin ...

Small R ...

Wild Bo ...

Tribute ...

Praecur ...

Tribute ...

Lord Zu ...

Horse ...

Eagle T ...

Daimler ...

Flying ...

Mecca-D ...

Standin ...

Christ ...

Shepher ...

Crucifi ...

Sir Ale ...

Atlas ...

Lord Ri ...

Sir Geo ...

Sir Geo ...

Lord Bu ...

Dorset ...

Dorset ...

Dorset ...

Eagle ...

Standin ...

Walking ...

Front R ...

Lying D ...

Standin ...

Sir Ray ...

Walking ...

In Memo ...

Standin ...

Leaping ...

Large D ...

Small D ...

Self Po ...

Easter ...

Desert ...

Riace I ...

Leonard ...

War Hor ...

Green M ...

Risen C ...

Dog ...