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Royal Academy of Arts

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(also Royal Academy)

Definition of Royal Academy of Arts in English:

An institution established in London in 1768, whose purpose was to cultivate painting, sculpture, and architecture in Britain. Sir Joshua Reynolds was its first president and he instituted a highly influential series of annual lectures.

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