Cock
FCR91
1961, bronze, edition of 9
- modelled in plaster

- Fleming Close studio, London

H: 63.5 cm (25 in.)
Frink was interested in literature and mythology, although rarely made direct references to them in her sculpture. The handling of the cock is similar to her later series of etchings of The Canterbury Tales.
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