Tribute I
FCR265
1977, bronze, edition of 6
- modelled in plaster and carved

- Woolland School House studio, Dorset

H: 91.4 cm (36 in)
The monumental quality of some of

This new group of two Tribute Heads continued to explore the theme of tragedy and survival.

With her move to Dorset, Frink started to experiment with carving the dry plaster to create clusters of rhythmic marks.

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Riace I ...

First H ...

Cock ...

Cat ...

Goggled ...

St. Joh ...

Blind B ...

Wild Bo ...

Christ ...

Man wit ...

Bird ...

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 ...

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 ...