Twenty-second Exhibition of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers (London), 1917
End Date: June 1917
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: 376 exhibits in total.
The society held its first exhibition in Knightsbridge in May 1898. 'As its title implies, the display was cosmopolitan' (The Year's Art, 1899).
Display Arrangement: Mixed display of painting, sculpture and works on paper.
Exhibition included To the Happy Land of Nod
Exhibition included A Mexican Vaquero
Exhibition included The Herald of the Coming Age
Exhibition included The Foolish Virgins
Exhibition included E. Trevelyan Turner, Esq.
Exhibition included The Pillar of Salt
Exhibition included John Redmond, Esq., MP
Exhibition included The Spirit of Mischief
Exhibition included Faun and Water-pot
Exhibition included Mons. Joseph Jongen
Exhibition included Puck
Exhibition included Portrait of a Norwegian Lady
Organizing Institution or Venue
Exhibitors included Christine Gregory
Exhibitors included Rose Bower
'Mons. Joseph Jongen'
Exhibitors included Eveleen Buckton
'Portrait of a Norwegian Lady'
Exhibitors included Florence Ada Kendrick
Exhibitors included Phyllis Muriel Cowan Archibald Clay
'The Pillar of Salt'
Exhibitors included Harry Parr
Exhibitors included Walter Winans
Exhibitors included Francis William Doyle Jones
'John Redmond, Esq., MP'
International Society, press cuttings, from autumn 1914
Comprehensive selection of exhibition reviews from national and regional newspapers.
The Year's Art 1899: A Concise Epitome of all Matters Relating to the Arts of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, and to the Schools of Design which have occurred during the year 1898, together with information respecting the events of the year 1899
Citing this record
'Twenty-second Exhibition of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers (London), 1917', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951, University of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database 2011 [http://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/event.php?id=msib2_1205262644, accessed 29 May 2016]