London born sculptor, he trained at Lambeth School of Art, the RA
Schools and in Munich.
In the 1870s, he shared a studio with
, producing portrait busts, statues, ‘fancy’ figures, Biblical subjects, and architectural sculpture.
His work includes the monument to General Barrow, Lucknow, India (1882), and the tympanum group on the Harris Museum and Art Gallery, Preston (c.1882-92).
In Glasgow, his Biblical work is represented by Cain, a crouching, nude male in marble (alternately titled My punishment is greater than I bear (quoting Genesis 4: 13, of 1899) and Isaac and Esau (1907), which is in GMAG
Mullins was also the author of a Primer of Sculpture, which was published in Paris and Melbourne in 1890.
He exhibited work at the Grovenor and New Galleries and the RA
in London, and at the 1901 Kelvingrove Exhibition, Glasgow (including Cain and Isaac and Esau).