Phyllis Bone

Phyllis Mary Bone RSA (15 February 1894 12 July 1972)[1] was a 20th-century Scottish sculptor. She has the particular claim to fame as being the first female member of the Royal Scottish Academy.[2] Although primarily the creator of small figurines her works include several commissions at national level.

Phyllis Bone
Born
Phyllis Mary Bone

15 February 1894
Died12 July 1972 (1972-07-13) (aged 78)
Dumfries, Scotland
EducationEdinburgh College of Art
OccupationSculptor
Known forAnimal sculptor