The wife of the intrepid Antarctic explorer T has a fame all her own, for she is an exceedingly clever sculptor, and in March, 1912, her exhibition of statuettes and busts of famous people at the Grafton Galleries attracted considerable attention. Mrs. Scott, who was married to the explorer in 1908, and has one little son, is a daughter of the late Canon Lloyd Bruce, and is the youngest of seven sisters. Before her marriage, she was a frequent exhibitor at the Academy and the Salon. It is generally considered that one of her finest pieces of work is the seven-foot statue of the Hon. C. S. Rolls, the ill-fated aviator, which is to be seen at Dover.