Corporation of Manchester Art Gallery, Seventeenth Autumn Exhibition, 1899
Start Date: October 1899
End Date: December 1899 (Presumed)
Type: Annual exhibition
Policy: 'The regulations for exhibitors are the usual ones. Commission on sales, 5 per cent. London agents: Messrs. Dicksee & Co., 7, Duke Street, St. James's, S.W. All letters respecting the Exhibition are to be addressed to Mr. William Stanfield, Curator, the City Art Gallery, Manchester.
The sum of £2,000 per annum, with the net profits arising from exhibitions, is available for purchase of works of Art for the permanent collection' (Year's Art, 1900, pp. 176-77).
Exhibition included Miss Elspeth Campbell at 11
Exhibition included Mrs Bruce-Joy
Exhibition included Polo, A Fresh Stick
Exhibition included A Fight
Exhibition included Marbles
Exhibition included Pan
Exhibition included At the Brook
Exhibition included The Late Archbishop Benson
lent by Mrs Benson
Exhibition included Sir William Agnew, Bart
Exhibition included Sabina
Exhibition included A Study
Exhibition included A Welsh Muse
Exhibition included Millicent
Exhibition included Sappho
Exhibition included Portrait
Exhibition included Medallion to Lord Leighton
Exhibition included The Late Sir Charles Halle
Offered for sale Polo, A Fresh Stick
Offered for sale Marbles
Offered for sale Pan
Offered for sale At the Brook
Offered for sale A Welsh Muse
Offered for sale Millicent
on sale by commission in plaster for £21 and bronze for £42
Offered for sale Sappho
on sale by commission in bronzed plaster for £57 10s. and bronze for £84
Offered for sale The Late Sir Charles Halle
on sale by commission in bronze for £105
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by Manchester City Art Gallery
Exhibitors included Lucy Gwendolen Williams
Exhibitors included John Cassidy
'The Late Sir Charles Halle'
Exhibitors included Conrad Gustave d'Huc Dressler
'A Welsh Muse'
Exhibitors included Wilhelmina L. Neuwirth
'Medallion to Lord Leighton'
Exhibitors included James Robert Cooper
Exhibitors included Albert Bruce Joy
'The Late Archbishop Benson'
Exhibitors included Thomas Mewburn Crook
Exhibitors included Cecil Hew Brown
Exhibitors included Frances Isobel Swan
Exhibitors included Edward Onslow Ford
'Sir William Agnew, Bart'
Exhibitors included Ada Freeman Gell
'At the Brook'
Exhibitors included (Mary) Gertrude Spencer Stanhope
The Year's Art 1900: A Concise Epitome of all Matters Relating to the Arts of Painting, Sculpture and Architecture, and to the Schools of Design which have occurred during the year 1899, together with information respecting the events of the year 1900
Citing this record
'Corporation of Manchester Art Gallery, Seventeenth Autumn 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=msib5_1232122069, accessed 24 Feb 2024]