Art: Blue Britons

Since World War II, British sculptors have gained more fame as a group than all of their forerunners put together. Their grand old man is Henry Moore (TIME, Sept. 21), but other stars of the movement are still in their 20s and 30s. Among the youngest and newest to fame are two modelers of heavily textured, postsurrealist, gloomily playful figures: Eduardo Paolozzi, 35, and Elisabeth Frink, 29.

A dungaree-clad London housewife, Frink had her first exhibition while still in art school. Last week her tabletop bronzes were on view at Manhattan's Bertha Schaefer...

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