Forty-Second Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1903
Start Date: 3 February 1903
End Date: 2 May 1903
Type: Annual exhibition
Description: Musical promenades (Cole's Band) on Saturdays.
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.
Pick-up points/contacts provided for collection of work from Edinburgh and London for exhibition.
Display Arrangement: Sculpture displayed in Galleries I, II, IV and VI.
Competition Details: The Art Union of the Institute of Fine Arts offers prizes to members from the exhibition.
Exhibition included Sketch of Girl's Head in bas relief
Exhibition included Model of 'Charity' for Trinity Church Convalescent Home
Exhibition included The late Dr. Gorman, Rutherglen
Exhibition included Polo; a near side stroke
Exhibition included The late Lord Dean of Guild Reid
Exhibition included A Torso in bronze
Exhibition included Bronze head of Her Majesty the late Queen Victoria
Exhibition included Bronze head study
Exhibition included Mother's Idol
Exhibition included Linnea
Exhibition included Medallion
Exhibition included The Solitary
bronze version for sale
Exhibition included Tigress and Wild Boar
bronze version for sale
Exhibition included Herr Kubelik
Exhibition included The Pursuit of Fame
Exhibition included The Water Baby
Exhibition included An Infant
Exhibition included Baptismal Font
Exhibition included Polo Player
Exhibition included A Two Year Old
Exhibition included St John
Exhibition included Loreley
Exhibition included Design for a Memorial Tablet
Exhibition included Bust of a Lady
Offered for sale The Water Baby
Offered for sale A Two Year Old
Offered for sale St John
Offered for sale Loreley
in plaster for £22; in bronze for £32
Offered for sale Design for a Memorial Tablet
Organizing Institution or Venue
Organized by The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts
Exhibitors included Emmeline Halse
Exhibitors included Carl Eldh
Exhibitors included (Edward) Alfred Briscoe Drury
Exhibitors included James Nesfield Forsyth
Exhibitors included (Alfred) Adrian Jones
Exhibitors included John Henry Monsell Furse
'Tigress and Wild Boar'
Exhibitors included Thomas Barr
'The late Dr. Gorman, Rutherglen'
Exhibitors included Albert Hemstock Hodge
Exhibitors included James Grimstone
'The Water Baby'
Exhibitors included James Gray
'The Pursuit of Fame'
Exhibitors included William Kellock Brown
Exhibitors included Johan Keller
Exhibitors included Max Klein
Exhibitors included Lily Alexander
'Sketch of Girl's Head in bas relief'
Exhibitors included Cecil Hew Brown
'Polo; a near side stroke'
Exhibitors included Phyllis Muriel Cowan Archibald Clay
'Model of 'Charity' for Trinity Church Convalescent Home'
Exhibitors included Edward W. Kennedy
'Design for a Memorial Tablet'
Exhibitors included Feodora Maud Georgina Gleichen
Citing this record
'Forty-Second Exhibition of Works of Modern Artists, The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, 1903', 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_1220965565, accessed 26 Feb 2024]