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Boar
Boar
Boar
Boar
Boar
Boar
Boar
Boar

© The Executors of the Frink Estate and Archive. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2019. Photo credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

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‘Boar’ was commissioned as a concrete sculpture in 1957 for Slacksbury Hatch. On completion, Harlow Art Trust decided to site the work at Bush Fair shopping precinct. The Trust usually nominated a member to oversee the commissioning process. In this instance it was Sir Frederick Gibberd, as he had had a relationship with Elisabeth Frink, having been commissioned to make the altar crucifix for Gibberd’s Liverpool Cathedral.


Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 90 x W (?) x D (?) cm

Accession number

CM20_TJ_S036

Acquisition method

commissioned by Harlow Art Trust, 1957

Work type

Statue

Owner

Harlow Art Trust

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II* (England and Wales)

Unveiling date

1989

Listing date

19/01/16

Access

at all times

Access note

the sculpture is set in the middle of pool – nearest possible proximity is two metres


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Located at

Water Gardens, Harlow

CM20 1AQ

Sited in the middle of the upper terrace pool.