Bronze with gray-green patina, 1989, signed 'Frink' and numbered on the rear left hoof.
19 x 19 1/2 x 8 in.
Note: Dame Elisabeth Frink was one of Britain's foremost post-war figurative sculptors. Her works depicting dogs and horses are among her best-known and most desirable works, including the prominent Horse and Rider commissioned for Piccadilly, London. This sculpture of a horse is based on ancient Chinese horse sculptures. It is a subject Frink explored in other works from the same period.
Literature: Edward Lucie-Smith, Elisabeth Frink Sculpture Since 1984 and Drawings, p. 188 (another cast illustrated).Sold Christie's London, May 22, 1996, Lot 84.Property From the Estate of Thomas A. Cox
In excellent condition.
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