Royal Academy

  1. an honorary academy in London (founded in 1768) intended to cultivate painting and sculpture and architecture in Britain
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  • Society under the name of the 'Royal Academy of Arts in London,' graciously declaring himself the patron, protector, and supporter thereof, and commanding it should be established under the forms and regulations thereinafter set forth, which had been humbly laid before his Majesty, and had received his royal assent and approbation. Art in England Notes and Studies
  • Radamisto was the first opera that Handel wrote for the fledgling Royal Academy of Music.
  • Newton's more difficult texts were distilled to their essentials and popularised in pamphlets and lecture tours by senior scientists from the Royal Academy.
  • Sent to Australia for every crime you'd care to mention, Billie Gould is given the task by the prison surgeon, one of the many certifiable characters in the novel, to paint exotic fish for the Royal Academy back home in London.
  • Back in the car, K and I set off for London, where we will be spending the rest of the day with British Museum and Royal Academy at their gaff in Brixton.
  • When I was 18 I landed a job as an exhibitions dogsbody at the Royal Academy of Arts in London.
  • Below the grand galleries and displays of old and modern masters, the Royal Academy is investing in a new generation of artists.
  • While in London, she served as concertmaster of the Royal Academy Chamber Orchestra.
  • Among the honours which Mansion received was election to the Royal Academy of Belgium.
  • Wilkie became an associate and then a member of the Royal Academy while very young; he was knighted and made a painter to the King.
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