London, Lumley Cazalet Ltd., Elisabeth Frink Sculptures and Drawings 1966-1993, June – July 1997 (illustrated in the exhibition catalogue, no. 18);
London, Sotheby’s, Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings from The Ingram Collection, 10 – 21 January 2011;
Aberystwyth, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, The Human Face, 27 January – 12 March 2016;
London, The Sammy Ofer Centre, London Business School, London | Forward Facing, 26 September 2017 – 30 September 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
Exhibition catalogue, Elisabeth Frink Sculptures and Drawings 1966-1993, London, Lumley Cazalet Ltd, 1997, no. 18, illustrated
From 1966, the year Frink moved to France, ‘Frink made a major series of drawings of male heads. The typology she chose to explore was not reassuring. Her men were brutes; they wear helmets, and have enormous chins, tiny ears and low foreheads, so that the helmet – a low, quasi-medieval affair – comes right down over the brow … One aspect of these heads especially worth comment is the fashion in which Frink delineated mouths and teeth. In almost all cases the lips, somewhat thinner than those of the Judas heads, do not entirely cover the serried rows of teeth – a feature which gives these warriors a peculiarly predatory air’ (E. Lucie-Smith, Elisabeth Frink Sculpture Since 1984 and Drawings, London, 1994).