Woking, The Lightbox, 2D:3D – Discover the Art of Sculpture: Sculpture & Sculptors’ Drawings from The Ingram Collection, 1 February – 1 March 2008;
Hastings, Jerwood Gallery, Century: 100 Modern British Artists, 23 October 2016 – 8 January 2017;
Aylesbury, Bucks County Museum, Elisabeth Frink, 10 February – 21 April 2018;
Kendal, Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Elisabeth Frink: Fragility and Power, 22 June – 29 September 2018;
Woking, The Lightbox, Elisabeth Frink: A Collector’s Passion, 13 October 2018 – 6 January 2019
E. Lucie-Smith, Elisabeth Frink Sculpture since 1984 and Drawings, London, 1994 (illustrated, p. 188, no. SC41);
A. Ratuszniak (ed.), Elisabeth Frink Catalogue Raisonne of Sculpture 1947-1993, London, 2013 (another cast illustrated, p. 180, no. FCR 371)
Easter Head I was produced during the spring – Dame Elisabeth Frink’s favourite time of the year, with her favourite colours. It shares its likeness with medieval sculpture, in which Frink held a great interest. The large, staring eyes have also been linked to a late type of mummy mask. This fixed stare symbolises spirituality.