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List of Presidents of the Royal Academy. 1768 to 1896.  From The Royal Academy and its members 1768-1830 by Hodgson, J. E. (John Evan), 1831-1895; Eaton, Frederick Alexis Published 1905. Publisher London : John Murray

List of Presidents of the Royal Academy. 1768 to From The Royal Academy and its members by Hodgson, J.

The Royal Academy, Trafalgar Square, 1862', from William Sandby's, 'The history of the Royal Academy of Arts', London [1862]

The Royal Academy, Trafalgar Square, Edmund Evans

A copy of Agostino Carlini‘s bronze cast of “Smugglerius”, displayed in Edinburgh. (cc) image from Chris Hill. Another copy is also found in the Royal Academy London.

Benjamin Harley and Thomas Henman, Smugglerius?

Benjamin West and the Struggle to be Modern by Loyd Grossman..At the time of his death in 1820, Benjamin West was the most famous artist in the English-speaking world, and much admired throughout Europe. From humble beginnings in Pennsylvania, he had become the first American artist to study in Italy, and within a few short years of his arrival in London, was instrumental in the foundation of the Royal Academy of Arts (he succeeded Sir Joshua Reylds to become its second President) and became…

NEW Benjamin West and the Struggle to be Modern by Loyd Grossman

Benjamin West and the Struggle to be Modern by Loyd Grossman..At the time of his death in 1820, Benjamin West was the most famous artist in the English-speaking world, and much admired throughout Europe. From humble beginnings in Pennsylvania, he had become the first American artist to study in Italy, and within a few short years of his arrival in London, was instrumental in the foundation of the Royal Academy of Arts (he succeeded Sir Joshua Reylds to become its second President) and became…

List of Keepers of the Royal Academy. 1768 - 1896. From The Royal Academy and its members 1768-1830 by Hodgson, J. E. (John Evan), 1831-1895; Eaton, Frederick Alexis Published 1905. Publisher London : John Murray

List of Keepers of the Royal Academy. 1768 - From The Royal Academy and its members by Hodgson, J.

Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), the first president of the Royal Academy. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The Royal Academy: a story of sulks and squabbles

Sir Joshua Reynolds (1723-1792), the first president of the Royal Academy. Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images

The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in 1768 to the Present Time. with Biographical Notices of All the Members Volume 2 by William Sandby. Originally Published 1862

The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in 1768 to the Present Time. with Biographical Notices of All the Members Volume 2 by William Sandby.

Large silver medal for the Royal Academy of Arts by William Wyon, bust right of William IV with GVLIELMVS IIII D:G: BRITANNIARVM REX MDCCCXXX. PATRONVS. around // depiction of the Torso Belvedere with ROYAL ACADEMY INSTITVTED MDCCLXVIII around with STUDY below the torso, a few rim nicks and other marks, cleaned at one time, but has retoned a nice reddish-blue, TO Mr D.BRANDON. FOR THE BEST ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. DECr 10TH1832. on edge, About Unc. Photo size reduced.

Large silver medal for the Royal Academy of Arts by William Wyon, bust right of William IV with GVLIELMVS IIII D:G: BRITANNIARVM REX MDCCCXXX. PATRONVS. around // depiction of the Torso Belvedere with ROYAL ACADEMY INSTITVTED MDCCLXVIII around with STUDY below the torso, a few rim nicks and other marks, cleaned at one time, but has retoned a nice reddish-blue, TO Mr D.BRANDON. FOR THE BEST ARCHITECTURAL DRAWINGS. DECr 10TH1832. on edge, About Unc. Photo size reduced.

Robert Ball Hughes received a Gold Medal from the Royal Academy on December 10, 1823. Reverse - The Gold Medal is dated 1768 on the reverse side, the year that the Royal Academy was founded in London by George III (1738-1820).

Robert Ball Hughes received a Gold Medal from the Royal Academy on December Reverse - The Gold Medal is dated 1768 on the reverse side, the year that the Royal Academy was founded in London by George III

Patron's Medal, Royal Academy of Arts | Wyon, William | The Wyon family produced many talented medallists and William became the greatest in 19th-century Britain. His work is characterised by bold modelling, balanced compositions and a sensitive approach to form.

Patron's Medal, Royal Academy of Arts

Medal, gold, England (London), by William Wyon, Museum Number

1849 Gold Medal Sculpture by Edward James Physick, born 1829. Article from Dec 1849 Illustrated London News.

1849 Gold Medal Sculpture by Edward James Physick, born Article from Dec 1849 Illustrated London News.

List of Sculpture portraits at the Royal Academy. From The Royal Academy and its members 1768-1830 by Hodgson, J. E. (John Evan), 1831-1895; Eaton, Frederick Alexis Published 1905. Publisher London : John Murray

List of Sculpture portraits at the Royal Academy. From The Royal Academy and its members by Hodgson, J.

Patron's Medal, Royal Academy of Arts | Wyon, William | V Search the Collections

Patron's Medal, Royal Academy of Arts

Medal, gold, England (London), by William Wyon, Museum Number

Bust of George Jones, R.A., 1870 by Henry Weekes. Marble, 710 X 540 X 320 mm Given by Mrs George Jones, 1870. Photo: R.A./Paul Highnam © Copyright protected

Bust of George Jones, R., 1870 by Henry Weekes. Marble, 710 X 540 X 320 mm Given by Mrs George Jones, Photo: R.

The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in 1768 to the present time. With biographical notices of all the members. Published 1862  Volume 1 By William Sandby

The History of the Royal Academy of Arts from Its Foundation in 1768 to the present time. With biographical notices of all the members. Published 1862 Volume 1 By William Sandby

Redeveloping the Royal Academy 250th  anniversary

Royal Academy of Arts For nearly 250 years, the RA has been a place to make, exhibit and debate art. For our anniversary in 2018 we are opening up the RA as .

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