Head
FCR194
1967, bronze, edition of 6
- modelled in plaster

- Putney, London

H: 50.8 cm (20 in)
During this time, Frinks interest in heads as both metaphorical images and as abstracted forms resulted in a series of male heads ...no longer soldiers but now helmeted and goggled motor-cycle youths. They were seen as ...expressions of posturing, pride and self-aggandisement, of vicousness and mindless stupidity...
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