In the early 1970s Errol created four editions of this portrait of his mother.
The two top photos are of editions made from resin and/or plaster (top left, green patina finish, photo by Peter Cullman).
The two bottom photos are of bronze castings.
Each is subtly different, as they were finished individually. To see the differences and similarities close-up, click on the photo, then zoom in and move around.
Errol created four editions of this portrait of his eldest son.
The left and rear portraits are bronze castings; the right portrait is made of plaster; and the unmounted front portrait is made of resin.
The left edition may have been finished in the 1970s or later, as Errol has engraved his distinctive EBD monogram in one of the bottom corners. The other bronze isn’t engraved, so it was probably finished in the 1950s or 1960s.