The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Seventy-Fourth Annual Exhibition, 1935
Start Date: 5 October 1935
End Date: 14 December 1935
Type: Annual exhibition
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.
5. Artists may exhibit two works of art
only unless by special permission of the Council.
6. No works previously exhibited in Glasgow allowed to be shown.
Display Arrangement: Sculpture displayed in the Sculpture Hall (entrance of building).
Competition Details: The Art Union of the Institute of Fine Arts offers prizes to members from the exhibition.
Exhibition included Gregalach my prince
Exhibition included Himself
Exhibition included Caught!
in bronze for Â£13
Exhibition included Squirrels
Exhibition included Shere Khan, The Tiger
Exhibition included From the Hills
Exhibition included Herontyre
Exhibition included Mona
Exhibition included Study of a Cat
Exhibition included Colonel Norman Kennedy, DSO
Exhibition included The Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Kent
Exhibition included Felicity
Different version - plaster
Exhibition included The Brook
Exhibition included Muriel
Exhibition included The Earl of Willingdon, GMSI, GMIE, GCMG, GBE
Exhibition included The Reverend Canon S. A. Alexander, CMG, CVO
Exhibition included His Majesty The King
Exhibition included Professor Einstein
Lent by The National Gallery, Millbank
Exhibition included Isobel
Lent by the National Gallery, Millbank
Exhibition included Lillian Shelley
Lent by the National Gallery, Millbank
Exhibition included Miss E H Young
Exhibition included Morning Song
for sale: Â£8 for plaster version; Â£16 for bronze version
Exhibition included The Phrygian Cap
Exhibition included The Reverend Canon S A Alexander CNG CVO
Exhibition included Portrait Statuette
Exhibition included David
Exhibition included Mary
Exhibition included Panther Prowling
Exhibition included Piper and Children
Exhibition included The awakening
Exhibition included Mask of a Girl
Exhibition included Sylvia
Exhibition included His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Exhibition included Sketch for 'Driver' on Royal Artillery War Memorial, Hyde Park Corner
Exhibition included Young Bull
Exhibition included 'Dod'
Exhibition included Torso
Exhibition included Conquest
Exhibition included Bailie John M. Biggar
in bronze for Â£45
Offered for sale The awakening
Offered for sale Mask of a Girl
Offered for sale Sylvia
Offered for sale His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales
Offered for sale Sketch for 'Driver' on Royal Artillery War Memorial, Hyde Park Corner
Offered for sale Young Bull
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Exhibitors included Phyllis Mary Bone
'Shere Khan, The Tiger '
Exhibitors included (Hubert) Donald MacGeogh Gilbert
Exhibitors included Evelyn Beale
Exhibitors included Margaret C. P. Findlay
Exhibitors included Thomas Symington Halliday
Exhibitors included (Arthur) Eric Rowton Gill
'Piper and Children'
Exhibitors included Alfred Frank Hardiman
'Mask of a Girl'
Exhibitors included William Reid Dick
'The Earl of Willingdon, GMSI, GMIE, GCMG, GBE'
Exhibitors included Pauline Boumphrey
Exhibitors included Donald Boyd
Exhibitors included Mary Syme Boyd
'Study of a Cat'
Exhibitors included Helen Biggar
'Bailie John M. Biggar'
Exhibitors included Jacob Epstein
Exhibitors included Thomas John Clapperton
Exhibitors included Charles Sargeant Jagger
Exhibitors included William Bateman Fagan
'Miss E H Young'
Exhibitors included John Jack
Exhibitors included Robina Barr
Exhibitors included Richard Louis Garbe
Exhibitors included William A. Lamb
Exhibitors included Alexander Carrick
Exhibitors included Thomas Bayliss Huxley- Jones
Exhibitors included Mabel Renee Locke
Exhibitors included Robert Bryden
'The Royal Highnesses the Duke and Duchess of Kent'
Exhibitors included K Keeble-Smith
Exhibitors included Ivy H. Gardner
Exhibitors included Edward Martin Alexander
Exhibitors included Peter Wylie Davidson
Citing this record
'The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Seventy-Fourth Annual Exhibition, 1935', 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_1220974066, accessed 23 Mar 2017]