Active: 1904 - 1919
Sculptor, meteal worker, rug and tapestry weaver
Born in Benares, India. She was a sculptor who took up rug and tapestry weaving in the 1920s. [Tanya Harrod, p. 149, see also Rosemary Edmonds and Muriel Rose, 'The art of Miss Jean Milne', 'The Journal, Quarterly Journal of the Guild of Weavers, Spinners, and Dyers', no. 9, March 1954, pp. 264-5]
Dates are usually the year a work was exhibited so may differ from date of production.
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A Little Sphinx
Women at the Sepulchre
Studio located at 2 Earl's Walk Studios Kensington London | View on map
1913 (Circa) - 1917 (Circa)
In the 1930s her address was 25 Earl's Walk, Pembroke Square, Kensington, London (London Telephone Directories) and she is also listed at The Cottage, Paxton, Berwick-on-Tweed (Year's Art 1933-40)
Exhibitions, Meetings, Awards and other Events
Exhibited at Sixth Exhibition of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers (London), 1906
Exhibited at Eighth Exhibition of the International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers (London), 1908
Exhibited at The Spring Exhibition of The International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers (London), 1913
Exhibited at Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society: Eleventh Exhibition, 1916
Exhibited at Leeds City Art Gallery, Arts & Crafts Exhibition, 1904
Exhibited at Leeds City Art Gallery, The Spring Exhibition, 1907
Exhibited at Corporation of Manchester Art Gallery, Twenty-Fourth Autumn Exhibition, 1906
Exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Fifty-Eighth Annual Exhibition, 1919
Exhibited at Aberdeen Artists' Society Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, 1912
'A Little Sphinx'
Exhibited at Aberdeen Artists' Society Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, 1919
Exhibited at The Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, 1826-
1906 - 1915
Exhibited at the annual exhibition 5 times: 1906 (1 work), 1911 (1 work), 1912 (2 works), 1913 (1 work) and 1915 (1 work)
Exhibited at The Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts (Summer Exhibition), 1768-
1907 - 1917
Exhibited 4 times, one work each time except in 1913 when she showed two pieces (reliefs and statuettes).
Aberdeen Artists' Society. Fifteenth Exhibition of Works of Modern Masters, 1912
p. 49 (544)
Arts and Crafts Society: Catalogue of the Eleventh Exhibition.
p.78, p.164, p.172, p.250.
Catalogue of the Arts & Crafts Exhibition 1904
Cat. Nos. 251, 1246, pp. 17, 75, 132
Catalogue of the Spring Exhibition, The City Art Gallery, Leeds 1907
Cat. No. 725, pp. 57, 80
Catalogue of the Twenty-Fourth Autumn Exhibition, 1906
Cat. No. 274, pp. 49, 58
Census Returns of England and Wales, 1911
RG14PN140 RG78PN5 RD2 SD2 ED1 SN178
Studio year-book of decorative art, 1909
The crafts in Britain in the 20th century
p. 149 and footnote 45, p.473, plus other references in the text
Citing this record
'Jean Milne', 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/person.php?id=msib2_1203719428, accessed 25 May 2015]