exhibition of the Royal Academy, MDCCLXXII

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London: Printed by T. Bensley, (SPECIAL ) v. ; cm Imprint varies Includes list of members of the Academy and register of Pages: The first Royal Academy exhibition of contemporary art, open to all artists, was held on 25 April and ran through until 27 May works of art were shown and this exhibition, now known as the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, has been staged annually without interruption to the present day.

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This hardback book accompanies the Royal Academy's extraordinary Renaissance Nude exhibition. From the sensual to the ascetic, the lyrical to the magical – or frankly bizarre – encompassing men and women, infancy, youth, and old age, the Renaissance nude offered artists a profound and compellingly modern means to explore what it is to be human.

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Only major lending exhibitions are listed: shorter-term events such as the London Original Print Fair are not included, nor are the annual Royal Academy Summer Exhibitions.

Note: the list is known to be incomplete prior to This is the book from an exhibition of Chinese archaeological finds held at the Royal Academy in London, from September 29 - January 23 And somehow, it managed to find itself traded in to the "take one, leave one" free book shop in my Florida apartment complex.3/5.

Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain). Exhibition of the Royal Academy (OCoLC) Document Type: Journal / Magazine / Newspaper: All Authors / Contributors: Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain); William Clowes and Sons, OCLC Number: Description: volumes ; cm: Other Titles: Exhibition of the Royal Academy of Arts.This hardback book, accompanying the Royal Academy's extraordinary Oceania exhibition, showcases the dazzling beauty and craftsmanship of Oceanic art, telling the story of the many voyages that have shaped the region's history and cultures.This page hardback catalogue was published to accompany the exhibition ‘Léon Spilliaert’ at the Royal Academy of Arts, 23 February to 25 May This book brings together over a hundred works from international collections, including a series of haunting self-portraits that Spilliaert created in his twenties, which are considered outstanding examples of the genre.

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