Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
Concerning Leader's paintings sent to the Academy: Mead and Stream, An Old Country Church, A Hillside Road, Carting Timber.
This collection includes letters sent by John Everett Millais and Frederic Leighton to Philip Hermogenes Calderon from 1886 to 1896.
Speech delivered to the Royal Academy at a special meeting held after Reynolds' death.
Salutation reads "My Dear Sir". Concerning Goodall's acceptance as a candidate to the Academy.
The list includes the names of 28 club members, but heights are recorded for five only: Reynolds, Sir William Chambers, John Singleton Copley, John Webber, and Ozias Humphry.
Weekes acknowledges his election to the Royal Academy.
Brett asks for a professional opinion on two of his paintings rejected by the Academy.
The collection comprises sketchbooks, writings, and correspondence by Charles Robert Leslie (1794-1859) and his family.
Letter written to his daughter, Frances, after hearing Sir Joshua Reynolds deliver his final Discourse at the Royal Academy.
Asking him to deliver to "Mr. Smith or bearer" the pictures listed in the previous letter.
A note concerning the quarrel that led to Sir Joshua Reynolds' resignation from the Royal Academy. Ingamells no. 192.
About his quotation from Baretti's Guide through the Royal Academy (London, 1781).
Complaining about expensive presents offered by Sir William Hamilton to the Royal Academy.
Regarding the establishment of the Royal Academy, of which Sir Joshua Reynolds has the honor of being president. Ingamells no. 21.