Royal Academy


Royal Academy

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La Royal Academy of Arts, dans son siège de Burlington House

La Royal Academy est une institution britannique consacrée aux Beaux-arts et située à Londres, dans Burlington House à Piccadilly.

Elle a été fondée en 1768 et avait alors son siège à Somerset House.

Présidents

Président Mandat
Sir Joshua Reynolds 1768–1792
Benjamin West 1792–1805
James Wyatt 1805–1806
Benjamin West 1806–1820
Sir Thomas Lawrence 1820–1830
Sir Martin Archer Shee 1830–1850
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake 1850–1865
Sir Francis Grant 1866–1878
Lord Leighton 1878–1896
Sir John Everett Millais février–août 1896
Sir Edward Poynter 1896–1918
Sir Aston Webb 1919–1924
Sir Frank Bernard Dicksee 1924–1928
Sir William Llewellyn 1928–1938
Sir Edwin Lutyens 1938–1944
Sir Alfred Munnings 1944–1949
Sir Gerald Kelly 1949–1954
Sir Albert Richardson 1954–1956
Sir Charles Wheeler 1956–1966
Sir Thomas Monnington 1966–1976
Sir Hugh Casson 1976–1984
Sir Roger de Grey 1984–1993
Sir Philip Dowson 1993–1999
Phillip King 1999–2004
Sir Nicholas Grimshaw 2004–actuellement

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