Fifty-Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Society of Scottish Artists, 1951
End Date: 1951
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: A variety of media exhibited with sculpture. Examples include: vases, embroidered cushions and rugs, stoneware pots and bowls, jewellery and drawings.
Policy: All works for sale, where a commission of 10% goes to the Society regardless of sale being initiated by artist. A deposit of 1/4 of the exhibition price must be paid before a work is marked 'sold'.
No work purchased can be removed until after the close of the exhibition and then only when the price has been paid to the custodian. Works not removed within 3 days after the close of the exhibition will be dealt with by the agent of the Society at the owner's risk and expense.
Price of Admission - 1s.
Season Ticket - 5s.
Display Arrangement: Sculpture on display in the Sculpture Hall.
Exhibition included Otter
Exhibition included White-throated Diver
Exhibition included Heraldic Supporter
Exhibition included Siesta
Exhibition included Anne
Exhibition included Reclining Figure
Exhibition included Plaster Gilt Head
Exhibition included Madonna and Child
Exhibition included St Anthony
Exhibition included Reclining Woman
Exhibition included Torso
Offered for sale Otter
Offered for sale White-throated Diver
Offered for sale Siesta
Offered for sale Anne
Offered for sale Reclining Figure
Offered for sale Plaster Gilt Head
Offered for sale Madonna and Child
Offered for sale St Anthony
Offered for sale Reclining Woman
Offered for sale Torso
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by Society of Scottish Artists
Exhibitors included Richard Ross Robertson
Exhibitors included George Shield
Exhibitors included Ernest Michael Dinkel
Exhibitors included Isa Luca
'Madonna and Child'
Exhibitors included Hazel Ruthven Armour
Exhibitors included Jean Hunter Cowan
Exhibitors included Jessie M. Simpson
Exhibitors included Charles D'Orville Pilkington Jackson
Exhibitors included Thomas Symington Halliday
Citing this record
'Fifty-Seventh Annual Exhibition of the Society of Scottish Artists, 1951', 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=msib6_1211382520, accessed 26 Feb 2024]