Dying King
FCR127
1963, bronze, edition of 3
- modelled in plaster

- Fleming Close studio, London

H: 90.2 cm (35 1/2 in)
Frink considered the Dying King to be one of her key pieces.

Included in the controversial 1978 Arts Council Hayward exhibition, which broke the tradition of largely male dominated exhibitions.

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