Definition of Royal Academy of Arts in English:

Royal Academy of Arts

Line breaks: Royal Acad|emy of Arts
(also Royal Academy)
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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