London, The Waddington Galleries, Elisabeth Frink, October – November 1972 (another cast);
London, Royal Academy, Elisabeth Frink: Sculpture & Drawings 1952 – 1984, February – March 1985 (another cast illustrated in the exhibition catalogue, no. 31, p. 13);
Woking, The Lightbox, 2D:3D – Discover the Art of Sculpture: Sculpture & Sculptors’ Drawings from The Ingram Collection, 1 February – 1 March 2008;
London, Sotheby’s, Sculpture and Sculptors’ Drawings from The Ingram Collection, 10 – 21 January 2011
Edwin Mullins (intro.), The Art of Elisabeth Frink, Lund Humphries, London, 1972 (another cast illustrated, no. 55, 58);
Bryan Robertson, Elisabeth Frink Sculpture Catalogue Raisonné, Harpvale, Salisbury, 1984 (illustrated, no. 110, p. 160);
A. Ratuszniak (ed.), Elisabeth Frink Catalogue Raisonne of Sculpture 1947-1993, London, 2013 (another cast illustrated, p. 91, no. FCR134)
“My earlier sculptures… were the nearest I got at that time to subjective ideas or the concept of a man involved in some kind of activity other than just being. So my earlier figures were not at all sensuous: they were too much involved with fractured wings or the debris of war and heroics” (Dame Elisabeth Frink).