"Martyrs" by Elisabeth Frink
Frink was one of five ‘Women of Achievement’ selected for a set of British stamps issued in August 1996. The others were Dorothy Hodgkin (scientist), Margot Fonteyn (ballerina / choreographer), Marea Hartman (sports administrator) and Daphne Du Maurier (writer). Works by Frink are held in the collections of the Jerwood Gallery, National Galleries of Scotland, The Ingram Collection of Modern British and Contemporary Art, The Priseman Seabrook Collection and the Victoria and Albert Museum.
As a recognition of her contributions to arts and culture, Frink was one of five women selected to be featured on British postage stamps in 1996. She died on April 18, 1993 in Dorset, England.