Sculptor and printmaker, Dame Elizabeth Frink graduated from the Chelsea School of Art in 1953. She was linked to Post-war British sculptors, such as Paolozzi and she was most concerned with creating outdoor sculpture with rugged surfaces.
Although she was better known for her sculptures, Frink was enthusiastic and prolific in printmaking, as well and her output included nearly 100 prints, mostly etchings and lithographs. A great deal of her work is concerned with the male nude in confrontational situations. She created the Kennedy Memorial in Dallas.