The Thirty-Seventh Spring Exhibition at the Rooms of the Society, New Street (Royal Birmingham Society of Artists), 1902
End Date: 1902
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: Premises enlarged in 1868 providing six galleries in total. The exhibition contained 642 works.
Policy: The Notice to Exhibitors page stated: 'no Works which have been publicly exhibited in Birmingham, no copies (except Paintings in enamel, Miniature, and Impressions from unpublished medals in which case the name of the designer must be specified), no vignette Portraits, nor any Drawings without back grounds (except architectural designs) can be received.'
Display Arrangement: Exhibition held in six rooms. Sculpture exhibited with pictures in the North Room.
Exhibition included M. Ridley Corbet, Esq., ARA
Exhibition included Portrait Bust of the Late Edward Toft
Exhibition included Mother and Child
Exhibition included Folly
Exhibition included Arthur Hacker, Esq., ARA
Exhibition included W. Q. Orchardson
Exhibition included The Artist
Exhibition included The Late President, William McKinley
Exhibition included His Eminence the late Cardinal Newman
Exhibition included Jog on the Footpath Way
Exhibition included The Late Dr Swinnerton Heap
Exhibition included Visit of the Magi
Exhibition included Inkpot
Exhibition included Cigarette Box
Exhibition included Case of Jewellery
Offered for sale Case of Jewellery
1. & 2. Pair of Silver Cuff Studs, Enamelled; 3. Brooch, Silver Wire Work Opals and Moonstone, £1 5s.; 4. Chain and Pendant, Silver, Opals, Moonstones, and Chrysoprase, £3 3s.; 5. Necklet, Silver Chain, Amethysts in Gold settings, Gold snap, £4; 6. Brooch, Silver and Topaz, £1 5s.; 7. Pin, Gold, Lapis Lazuli, £1 5s.; 8. Pin, Silver and Opal, £1 5s.; 9. Hat Pin, Silver and Turquoise, £1; 10. Hat Pin, Silver and Carbuncle, £1 5s.
Offered for sale Jog on the Footpath Way
Offered for sale Visit of the Magi
Offered for sale Inkpot
Offered for sale Cigarette Box
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
Exhibitors included Margaret J. Awdry
'Case of Jewellery'
Exhibitors included Annie Steen
'Case of Jewellery'
Exhibitors included Bernard Cuzner
Exhibitors included Ellen Mary Rope
'Visit of the Magi'
Exhibitors included Albert Arthur Toft
Exhibitors included John Wenlock Rollins
'His Eminence the late Cardinal Newman'
Exhibitors included Percy F. Walwyn
Exhibitors included Edward Onslow Ford
Exhibitors included George James Frampton
Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. The Thirty-Seventh Spring Exhibition at the Rooms of the Society, New Street, 1902
pp. 55-58 (594-605, 627 (case of jewellery containing 10 objects), 639-640)
Citing this record
'The Thirty-Seventh Spring Exhibition at the Rooms of the Society, New Street (Royal Birmingham Society of Artists), 1902', 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=msib4_1203069571, accessed 25 Mar 2017]