Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, 1892
End Date: 1892
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: 63rd annual exhibition. A total of 506 works exhibited, of which 13 were sculpture-related.
Return showing the attendance figures at the RHA exhibition of 1892, from 1906 Report of Enquiry, Appendix I, p. 88:
Season Ticket Holders: 270;
Total, excluding Season Ticket Holders: 218,586.
Display Arrangement: In 1892, for the first time, the names of the exhibition rooms have been changed to Gallery No. I, Gallery No. II and Gallery No. III. Sculpture seems to have been displayed in a different space again to the three listed above.
Exhibition included Sketch Model - Design for the Statue of Lord Ardilaun
Exhibition included Bust of Lord Ardilaun
Exhibition included The late Cardinal Newman
Exhibition included Erin
Exhibition included Fidelity
Exhibition included Patriotism
Exhibition included The Marquis of Salisbury, KG
Exhibition included Sir Erskine May (Lord Farnborough)
Exhibition included A Young Hunter, Statuette
Exhibition included Miss Rosamond Venning
Exhibition included Relief - Mortimer, son of L. B. Brown, Esq.
Exhibition included Bust - Study of a Head
Exhibition included Statuette - Private Terence Mulvaney, from 'Soldiers Three', by Rudyard Kipling
Offered for sale A Young Hunter, Statuette
Offered for sale Bust - Study of a Head
Organizing Institution or Venue
Exhibitors included Oliver Sheppard
'Bust - Study of a Head'
Exhibitors included Louis Jacob
'Statuette - Private Terence Mulvaney, from 'Soldiers Three', by Rudyard Kipling'
Exhibitors included Thomas Farrell
Exhibitors included Kathleen Trousdell Shaw
Exhibitors included Albert Bruce Joy
Report by the Committee of Inquiry into the work carried on by the Royal Hibernian Academy and the Metropolitan School of Art, Dublin, together with Minutes of evidence, Appendices and Index, 1906
Appendix I, p. 88.
Citing this record
'Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, 1892', 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=msib3_1204289472, accessed 27 May 2015]