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James Gurney Dec 7
Leonard Russell Squirrell (1893-1979) was a versatile artist from East Anglia, a master of watercolor, pencil, etching, and pastel. There's a 2011 book on his artwork:
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Ricky Craig Pound Dec 10
I was told a piece of great information today. Apparently when the new Professor of at the , Sir John Soane, presented his first lecture, he got his friend # JMWTurner, to hold up the accompanying illustrations! Pure gold!
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Louisa Boyd - Artist 10h
The Royal Academy of Arts stepping into a new era and have elected their first ever female president... Rebecca Salter RA. Wonderful news! Many congratulations!!!Excited to see what new ideas she brings to this amazing institution
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Tom Waters Dec 10
Huge Congratulations to Rebecca Salter rsalterra in becoming the 27th and 1st Female President of the Royal Academy of Arts! 🎉👩🏻‍🎨🎨🏅 @ Royal Academy of Arts
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ArtActivistBarbie Dec 5
Still at , quietly pointing out that NO has exhibited in the main gallery spaces of the . The has been around for 250 years, so daresay they just haven’t had time to deal with their practices!
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Gill Ritchie Dec 3
I’ll never look at jellyfish the same way again
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ARTUNER 12h
Congratulations Rebecca Salter, the 27th President of the Royal Academy. In the institution's 251 years of history, Salter is the first woman to be elected as President. Read up on her on
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Louisa Boyd - Artist 10h
Also feeling super privileged to have been exhibited alongside Rebecca at the 250th RA Summer Exhibition in 2018. Excited to see what new ideas she brings to this amazing institution
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Jacqui Dodds 12h
Exciting news congratulations to Rebecca Salter 🎉🎉🎉 elected as the first female President of the Royal Academy of Arts and is a printmaker
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Abby Beckett-Smith Dec 2
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Jane kelly Dec 5
exhibition yesterday @ the & somehow we were spared the now usual woke curators. There was just one obligatory notice saying 'people have questioned his attitude to women's bodies & his painting of children.'
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Alessia 🥀 Dec 9
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ali kitley-jones Dec 8
Replying to @royalacademy
my art, mandala for reflective practice.
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Richard Proctor Dec 9
Has the taken an overdose?
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ArtActivistBarbie Dec 4
A picture speaks a thousand words... Patriarchal power, privilege, domination.
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Antonia Dec 3
If you ever get to see an exhibition of Antony Gormley's, you must go. This exhbition was at the Royal Academy of Art and was absolutely fabulous
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Haleh Anvari Dec 5
Lucien Freud self portraits at the Royal Academy.
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Kempton Lam 🇨🇦 Dec 10
Haha, well, the duct tape would soon have gotten mushy and rotten but luckily at least one duct tape/banana got saved/eaten! Now, Duchamp's urinal at still smelled like fresh porcelain when we visited! Won't it be cool if Duchamp ever peed on it ?!😜
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Heather Dec 3
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Artist Dec 6
The Royal Academy’s world first uniting of Lucian Freud’s self-Portraits. One of the most celebrated artists of the 20th Century. Cannot wait to see this 🙌 . .
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