Judas
FCR126
1963, bronze, edition of 3
- modelled in plaster

- Fleming Close studio, London

H: 190.5 cm (75 in)
Frink thought that Judas was one of her most interesting pieces. She wanted to create a blinded figure that was both ... fending off some kind of attack and making a gesture of invitation. He typifies the ambiguity she sought betwen strength and weakness.
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