From horses to humans, this exhibition brings together sculpture, prints and drawings by Elisabeth Frink.

Inspired by Elisabeth Frink’s lifesize sculpture of a black horse situated outside Lloyds Bank in Milton Keynes, this exhibition is a collaboration between Bucks County Museum and Milton Keynes Heritage Trust.

It brings together many of Frink’s bronze sculptures, prints and drawings, encompassing her key subjects of the human figure, horses, animals and birds – and marks the 25th anniversary of the artist’s death in 1993 (as well as the 40th anniversary of the Lloyds commission).

Drawing on loans from the Ingram Collection of Modern British Art, The Lightbox in Woking, the Sladmore Gallery in London and private collections, highlights include a Riace III figure (a two-metre tall bronze warrior), a Goggle Head, an Easter Head, an Eagle Lectern and many original drawings.

Entry to the exhibition is by donation.

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