Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, 75th Spring Exhibition, 1934
Start Date: 7 February 1934
End Date: 4 March 1934
Type: Annual exhibition
Display Arrangement: Sculpture was shown in the Fourth Room.
Exhibition included Daphne and Apollo
Exhibition included Torso
Exhibition included Wall Decoration
Exhibition included The Top of the Hill: Lady Nuttall
Exhibition included Decorative Mask
Exhibition included Noel
Exhibition included Sir Hamilton Harty
Exhibition included Portrait Bust with Horoscope
Exhibition included Long, Long Thoughts
Exhibition included Marine
Exhibition included War: His Daddy
Exhibition included Mrs Frank Bradley, MA
Exhibition included Mahogany
Exhibition included Portrait of Mr A. S. Wallace
Exhibition included The Rev. John S. Burgess
Exhibition included Boy on Tortoise
Offered for sale Daphne and Apollo
Offered for sale Torso
Offered for sale Wall Decoration
Offered for sale Decorative Mask
Offered for sale Noel
Offered for sale Sir Hamilton Harty
Offered for sale Long, Long Thoughts
Offered for sale Marine
Offered for sale Mahogany
Offered for sale Boy on Tortoise
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by Manchester Academy of Fine Arts
Organized by Manchester City Art Gallery
Exhibitors included John Millard
'War: His Daddy'
Exhibitors included Alan Brough
Exhibitors included John Cassidy
Exhibitors included Maria Petrie
'Portrait of Mr A. S. Wallace'
Exhibitors included Betty Marion Rea
'Boy on Tortoise'
Exhibitors included Walter Potts
'The Rev. John S. Burgess'
Exhibitors included Charles Heber Kendall
Exhibitors included Muriel Liddle
'Sir Hamilton Harty'
Exhibitors included Pauline Boumphrey
'The Top of the Hill: Lady Nuttall'
Exhibitors included E. Millicent Rhodes
'Daphne and Apollo'
Exhibitors included Doris Kathleen Flinn
Exhibitors included Arthur C. Hilton
Exhibitors included Betty Aarens
Citing this record
'Manchester Academy of Fine Arts, 75th Spring Exhibition, 1934', 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=msib5_1240834710, accessed 21 May 2013]