Book Description

During her long & impressive career Elisabeth Frink became one of the country's best-known sculptors whose work has genuinely popular appeal. After her early more abstract work she soon developed a highly individual figurative style which she continued to explore until her death in 1993.
Author Edward Lucie-Smith
Date 1994 (First Edition)
Binding Black boards with red titles to the spine + a colour dust wrapper featuring a large head sculpture by Frink on the front cover.
Publisher Art Books International
Illustrator 310 Illustrations, 110 in colour
Condition VG+ in a VG+ dust wrapper (protected in a plastic sleeve)
Pages 200

Price: £30.00

Offered by Geoff Cox Books

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