Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society: Sixth Exhibition, 1899
Start Date: October 1899
End Date: 7 December 1899 (Presumed)
Description: Diverse exhibits, ranging from embroidery to stained glass, carving and metal work. 672 exhibits in total. Credit given to various individuals involved in the production of a piece. Also included a William Morris retrospective, to mark the fifth anniversary of the death of this former society president.
Policy: Male and female exhibitors; rules not listed in catalogue.
Display Arrangement: Mixed media displays.
Exhibition included Astronomy
Exhibition included Wisdom
Exhibition included The Genius of Mechanical Invention uniting Commerce and Agriculture
Exhibition included Two Bronze Plaster Panels
Exhibition included St John the Baptist and St George
Exhibition included Music and Dancing
Exhibition included Triptych in coloured relief
Exhibition included Set of medallions and medals in plaster
Exhibition included Part of a memorial executed in bronze and stone
Exhibition included Decorative panel in bronze
Exhibition included Portrait Medallion
Exhibition included Bronze panel
Exhibition included The Right Rev. the Bishop of Ripon
Exhibition included Peace
Exhibition included Set of Chessmen
Exhibition included The Battle of the Kings
Exhibition included Reflections
Exhibition included The constellatons, 'Perseus, Andromeda, and Orion'
Exhibition included Plaster model for stone carving
Exhibition included Design for a medal
Exhibition included Frieze in Coloured Plaster
Exhibition included Copper panel
Exhibition included St George and the Dragon
Exhibition included Small altar cross in wrought and polished iron, with an enamel
Exhibition included Paper knife, ivory
Exhibition included Detail of Pier of Fireplace
Exhibition included Edward VI
Exhibition included Model of a moulding for bronze or marble
Exhibition included Copper lantern
Exhibition included Träumerei
Exhibition included The Morning of Life
Exhibition included Ploughing
Exhibition included Finial for Newel-Post
Exhibition included Design for a statuette
Exhibition included Christ Blessing Little Children
Exhibition included Study in low relief
Exhibition included Brass lamp
Exhibition included Bell-pull
Exhibition included Sketches for monuments
Exhibition included Model of a Family Tree
Exhibition included Sea-Horses
Exhibition included Portion of Plaster Ceiling
Exhibition included Youth
Exhibition included Model for Toby Jug and Jam Jar
Exhibition included Madonna and Child
Exhibition included Model of a Small Country House
Exhibition included The Knight 'Trueheart'
Exhibition included Headstone panel
Exhibition included St Francis of Assisi
Exhibition included Panel of Praying Angels
Exhibition included Four plaster bas-reliefs
exhibited by G. Wraggle
Exhibition included Model of a chimney-piece
Exhibition included Music
Exhibition included Plaster model for a carved overdoor
Exhibition included Model of part of a frieze
Exhibition included Plaster Medallion
Exhibition included Badge for Norwegian Club in Coloured Plaster
Exhibition included Frieze
Exhibition included Details of a chimney-piece
Exhibition included Inscription in carved and gilded gesso
Exhibition included Head of St Cecilia
Included Vide No. 60
Offered for sale Inscription in carved and gilded gesso
Asking price: £4 10s.
Took place at New Gallery Regent Street London
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by The Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society
Exhibitors included Henry Richard Hope-Pinker
'The Knight 'Trueheart''
Exhibitors included Lionel F. Crane
'Model of a Small Country House'
Exhibitors included Harold Steward Rathbone
'Madonna and Child'
Exhibitors included Benjamin Creswick
'Model for Toby Jug and Jam Jar'
Exhibitors included William Ernest Reynolds-Stephens
Exhibitors included J.E.C. Carr
Exhibitors included Frederic Stuttig
Exhibitors included George Percy Bankart
Exhibitors included Clement Oswald Skilbeck
'Badge for Norwegian Club in Coloured Plaster'
Exhibitors included Hester Mabel White
Exhibitors included Henry Price
'Model of part of a frieze'
Exhibitors included Abraham Broadbent
'Plaster model for a carved overdoor'
Exhibitors included Frederick William Pomeroy
'Portion of Plaster Ceiling'
Exhibitors included Gilbert William Bayes
Exhibitors included Hibbert Charles Binney
Exhibitors included George James Frampton
'Part of a memorial executed in bronze and stone'
Exhibitors included Robert Anning Bell
Exhibitors included William Goscombe John
'St John the Baptist and St George'
Exhibitors included Walter Crane
'Two Bronze Plaster Panels'
Exhibitors included Frederick Emil E. Schenck
Exhibitors included Richard Louis Garbe
Exhibitors included Helen Langley
Exhibitors included Arthur Joseph Gaskin
Exhibitors included Ada Clegg
Exhibitors included George Gilbert Walker
Exhibitors included Benjamin Clemens
'Design for a statuette'
Exhibitors included Ellen Mary Rope
Exhibitors included William Bainbridge Reynolds
Exhibitors included George Washington Henry Jack
Exhibitors included Frederick Rogers
Exhibitors included Onslow Ernest Whiting
Exhibitors included Ernest George Gillick
Exhibitors included Mark Rogers Junior
Exhibitors included Lillian Edmunds
Exhibitors included Jessie R. Carroll
John Finnie, Esq., R.E. (cat. no. 1343, plaster relief, not for sale).
Exhibitors included A. Houblon
Boy on Thoroughbred (cat. no. 1398, bronze group, £12. 12).
Exhibitors included G.O. Griffiths
Portrait Bust (cat. no. 1428, plaster, not for sale).
Citing this record
'Arts and Crafts Exhibition Society: Sixth Exhibition, 1899', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951, University of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database 2011 [https://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/event.php?id=msib2_1211463792, accessed 24 Feb 2024]