The Eighty-Forth Autumn Exhibition at the Rooms of the Society, New Street (Royal Birmingham Society of Artists), 1910-1911
Start Date: September 1910
End Date: January 1911
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: Premises enlarged in 1868 providing six galleries in total. The exhibition contained 553 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have been publicly exhibited in Birmingham, no copies (except Paintings in enamel, Miniature, and Impressions from unpublished medals in which case the name of the designer must be specified), no vignette Portraits, nor any Drawings without back grounds (except architectural designs)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 and jewellery exhibited with pictures in the Central Corridor.
Exhibition included H. R.
Exhibition included Les Pensées
Exhibition included Madonna of the Peach Tree
Exhibition included The Veteran
Exhibition included 'Father's Hope and Mother's Joy'
Exhibition included Prince Charlie
Offered for sale Les Pensées
Offered for sale The Veteran
Offered for sale 'Father's Hope and Mother's Joy'
Offered for sale Prince Charlie
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by Royal Birmingham Society of Artists
Exhibitors included Michael Hewan Crichton
Exhibitors included Benjamin Creswick
''Father's Hope and Mother's Joy''
Exhibitors included Ethel Isabel Cook
Exhibitors included Honora Mary Rigby
Exhibitors included Benjamin Hancocks
'H. R. '
Exhibitors included George James Frampton
'Madonna of the Peach Tree'
Citing this record
'The Eighty-Forth Autumn Exhibition at the Rooms of the Society, New Street (Royal Birmingham Society of Artists), 1910-1911', 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_1203947872, accessed 27 Apr 2017]