[ Elisabeth Frink ] One Autograph Letter Signed Elisabeth Frink AND one Typed Letter Signed Elisabeth to Mr. Roberts and Ted respectively (O.E. Roberts), part-time sculptor and collector.

Elisabeth Frink [ Dame Elisabeth Jean Frink (1930 – 1993), sculptor and printmaker ].
Publication details: 
[Headed] 1303 Minster House, St James's Court, Buckingham Gate, London, SW1, no date AND [Headed] Woolland House, Woolland, Blandford Forum, Dorset, 16 Aug. 1984.
SKU: 23191

Letter One (Minster House).two pages, cr.8vo, expansive handwriting, very good condition. Text: I am very sorry I have not been able to send you a drawing yet. I have been working very hard this last year for a big exhibition, and apart from that I just have not had a drawing available to send you. I hope after my exhibition in November, to be able to find you a suitable one so that you have it for Christmas. Many apologies but I am afraid that' the best I can do. This is to let you know that I have not forgotten and I will send it as soon as I possibly can. So I hope you will continue to be patient. Letter Two (Woolland House), one page, 8vo, good condition. Text: Thank you for your letter and I am delighted that you liked my Levin [Bernard Levin] interview. I was very interested to read about the sculpture you are making. It sounds as though you have started in a very good way. I would be very happy to look at anyting you do. I can not actually let you have any small sculptures at the moment because I am very short and I am preparing for my large retrospective exhibition next Febaruary at the Royal Academy, which is very much occupying my time at the moment. | I enclose [not present] a catalogue of a small exhibition I recently had in King's Lynn which I thought you might find interesting. The new book of my sculpture is coming out some time later this year. | If you would like to visit us here we would be very pleased to see you. I imagine that you must have lost our address as I received your letter via the BBC. It was very good to hear from you.