The Academy was founded by George III in 1768. The 34 founding Members were a group of prominent artists and architects including Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir William Chambers who were determined to achieve professional standing for British art and architecture. They also wanted to provide a venue for exhibitions that would be open to the public; and to establish a school of art through which their skills and knowledge could be passed to future generations of practitioners.
The Academy today continues to aspire, in the words of its eighteenth-century founders, ‘to promote the arts of design’, that is: to present a broad range of visual art to the widest possible audience; to stimulate debate, understanding and creation through education; and to provide a focus for the interests of artists and art-lovers.
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The artistic development of sixteenth-century chiaroscuro woodcuts from the collection of the Albertina Museum in Vienna and ...
In Autumn 2014, the Royal Academy of Arts will present the first comprehensive exhibition in the UK to showcase the works of Giovanni Battista Moroni.
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