Twenty-Sixth Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1887
Start Date: 1 February 1887
End Date: 30 April 1887
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: Musical promenades on Saturdays.
Policy: Abridged from the Notice to Purchasers:
1. Copyright of work to remain with artist unless otherwise stated at time of purchase.
2. One quarter of price of work to be paid at time of purchase.
3. Purchasers must intimate sale to the Acting Secretary, not the artist.
4. The absence of price does not imply that the work is NOT for sale.
Pick-up points/contacts provided for collection of work from Edinburgh and London for exhibition.
Display Arrangement: Sculpture displayed in Gallery III and IV.
Exhibition included Study for a figure of St Sebastian
Exhibition included Robinson Crusoe
Exhibition included Night
Exhibition included Baby Thoughts
Exhibition included Decorative panel
Exhibition included W. M. Miller, Esq.
Exhibition included Titania and Bottom
Exhibition included George Smith, Esq.
Exhibition included George Miller, Esq., of Invereck
Exhibition included Memorial Bust of the late Sheriff Clark
Exhibition included The Archbishop of Canterbury
Exhibition included Second Edition
Exhibition included Medallion of Miss Lumsden, Midmar
displayed on easel, no catalogue number
Offered for sale Second Edition
or in marble for £40
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Exhibitors included William Kellock Brown
'Study for a figure of St Sebastian'
Exhibitors included Charles Eadie
Exhibitors included Albert Bruce Joy
'The Archbishop of Canterbury'
Exhibitors included Emmeline Halse
Exhibitors included Christian Muill
'Medallion of Miss Lumsden, Midmar'
Exhibitors included Thomas Stuart Burnett
Exhibitors included James H Kerr
Exhibitors included James Alexander Ewing
'W. M. Miller, Esq.'
Exhibitors included Daniel Ferguson
Citing this record
'Twenty-Sixth Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1887', 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=msib6_1220956226, accessed 01 Oct 2016]