Dame Elisabeth Frink, R.A.
Waddington Galleries, Montreal, where acquired by Milton Ginsburg, 20th June 1979
'Sculpture in Public Places', Arts Review
,25th July 1975, p.430, illustrated (another cast);
Brian Connell, 'Capturing the Human Spirit in Big, Bronze Men', The Times
, 5th September 1977, p.5, illustrated (another cast);
Sarah Kent, Elisabeth Frink, Sculpture and Drawings 1952-1984
(exh. cat.), Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1985, illustrated p.47 (another cast);
Bryan Robertson (intro.), Elisabeth Frink Sculpture
, Harpvale Books, Salisbury, 1984, cat. no.214, illustrated (another cast);Elisabeth Frink, Sculpture and Drawings 1950-1990
, (exh. cat.) The National Museum of Women in the Arts, Washington, D.C., 1990, illustrated p.16 (another cast);
Edward Lucie-Smith & Elisabeth Frink, Frink, A Portrait
, Bloomsbury, London, 1994, illustrated p.109 (another cast);
Annette Ratuszniak (ed.), Elisabeth Frink, Catalogue Raisonné of Sculpture 1947-93
, Lund Humphries in association with the Frink Estate and Beaux Arts, London, 2013, cat. no.FCR242, illustrated p.127 (another cast).