Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, 1920
End Date: 1920
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: 91st annual exhibition. A total of 354 works were exhibited, of which 19 were related to sculpture.
Exhibition included A Statuette
Exhibition included Miss Florence Gifford
Exhibition included Barbara
Exhibition included Spring
Exhibition included Group
Exhibition included Bernard Shaw, Esq.
Exhibition included Lord Ashbourne
Exhibition included Jean
Exhibition included Young Girl with a Shell - Statuette, Plaster
Exhibition included Head of a Girl
Exhibition included Contemplation
Exhibition included Boy's Head
Exhibition included W. B. Yeats
Exhibition included Miss Elizabeth Kinnaird
Exhibition included Portrait Bust
Exhibition included Memorial Bust of the late T. M. Kettle - Posthumous
Exhibition included Portrait of Mrs Devenport O' Neill
Exhibition included Stephen Gwynn, Esq.
Exhibition included The Skipping Rope
Offered for sale Spring
Offered for sale Group
Offered for sale Bernard Shaw, Esq.
Offered for sale Young Girl with a Shell - Statuette, Plaster
Offered for sale Head of a Girl
Offered for sale Boy's Head
Offered for sale W. B. Yeats
£31 10s. 6d.
Offered for sale Stephen Gwynn, Esq.
Took place at Kildare Street Dublin | View on map
The RHA annual exhibitions took place at the Metropolitan School of Art, Kildare street, Dublin, from 1916-1969, as the RHA premises in Abbey Street was burnt down during the republican Easter Rising of 1916.
Organizing Institution or Venue
Exhibitors included Albert G. Power
'Head of a Girl'
Exhibitors included Ethel Ball
Exhibitors included Kathleen (Edith Agnes) Scott
'W. B. Yeats'
Exhibitors included Dorothy B. Scott
'Miss Elizabeth Kinnaird'
Exhibitors included Francis D. Bowe
Exhibitors included Annie Devenport
Exhibitors included Lilla Vanston
'Young Girl with a Shell - Statuette, Plaster'
Exhibitors included Sophia Rosamond Praeger
Exhibitors included (James) Seamus Stoupe
Exhibitors included Oliver Sheppard
Exhibitors included Kathleen Laura Verschoyle
'The Skipping Rope'
Citing this record
'Royal Hibernian Academy Annual Exhibition, 1920', 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_1205249116, accessed 19 Jun 2013]