Laura Gascoigne

How to succeed in sculpture (without being a man)

Elisabeth Frink is the first woman sculptor to be elected an RA, yet she's still not the subject of an academic study nearly three decades after her death

Going to the dogs: Elisabeth Frink, the first woman sculptor to be elected an RA yet still not the subject of an academic study three decades after her death. © Magnus-Lewinska Mayotte/Bridgeman Images

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