Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, 1895
End Date: 1895
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: 66th annual exhibition. A total of 518 works were exhibited, of which 21 objects were sculpture-related.
Return showing the attendance figures at the RHA exhibition of 1895, from 1906 Report of Enquiry, Appendix I, p. 88:
Season Ticket Holders: 178;
Total, excluding Season Ticket Holders: 11,454.
Display Arrangement: The exhibits were displayed in Galleries I, II and III. Sculptural objects seem to have been displayed separately.
Exhibition included In Rosy Bondage
Exhibition included The Right Rev. Dr Butler
Exhibition included The Peri
Exhibition included The Fountain of Divine Love
Exhibition included Spring
Exhibition included A Pieta
Exhibition included Sketch Model for Figures in connection with the Pietà
Exhibition included Saved
Exhibition included Preparatory Sketch for a draped Relievo
Exhibition included Design for a Memorial
Exhibition included Bust of Arthur Armstrong, Esq.
Exhibition included Study of a Head
Exhibition included An Incident in the Deluge
Exhibition included The Bard Oisin and Niam[h]
Exhibition included Richard Llewelyn Rathbone
Exhibition included Miss Emma Venning
Exhibition included Dick, Dodo, and Winnie, Grandchildren of Sir Wm Welby
Exhibition included A Breton Fisherboy
Exhibition included Mrs Bram Stoker, Bust
Exhibition included Portrait Bust
Exhibition included Portrait Bust, Marble, the late Surgeon-Major Parke
Offered for sale Study of a Head
Offered for sale An Incident in the Deluge
Offered for sale The Bard Oisin and Niam[h]
Offered for sale A Breton Fisherboy
Organizing Institution or Venue
Exhibitors included Oliver Sheppard
'The Bard Oisin and Niam[h]'
Exhibitors included Kathleen Trousdell Shaw
Exhibitors included William Renison Jnr
Exhibitors included Herbert G. Barnes
Exhibitors included John Hughes
'Study of a Head'
Exhibitors included Edward Onslow Ford
'Bust of Arthur Armstrong, Esq.'
Exhibitors included Thomas Farrell
Exhibitors included William Farrell
Exhibitors included John Farrell
Exhibitors included Joseph Farrell
Citing this record
'Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, 1895', 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_1204295422, accessed 22 May 2013]