by the General Assembly to choose by election, for submission to the Sovereign, the
member it considered most suitable. In 1880 a further step was taken, and, with the
consent of the Sovereign, the tenure of the office was assimilated to that of the Keeper-
ship and Librarianship, viz., a term of five years, renewable by a two-thirds majority of
the General Assembly of Academicians.
Sir WILLIAM CHAMBERS ....... i7 6 9 1 79&
JOHN VENN (resigned) ....... 1796 1820
Sir ROBERT SMIRKE (resigned) ...... 1820 1850
PHILIP HARDWICK (resigned) ...... 1850 1861
SYDNEY SMIRKE (resigned) . . . . . 1861 1874
EDWARD MIDDLETON BARRY ...... 1874 188
GEORGE EDMUND STREET ....... 1880 1881
JOHN CALLCOTT HORSLEY (resigned) ..... 18821897
ALFRED WATERHOUSE (resigned) . . . . 18971901
THOMAS GRAHAM JACKSON . . . .1901
Richard Norman Shaw was elected Treasurer in succession to George Edmund
Street, but he resigned the appointment within three weeks.
In 1873 the term of office for which the Librarian was elected was limited to five
years, the holder being eligible for re-election by a two-thirds majority of the General
Assembly of Academicians.
FRANCIS HAYMAN ........ 1770 1776
RICHARD WILSON ........ 17761782
SAMUEL WALE ........ 1782 1786
JOSEPH WILTON (resigned) ....... 1786 1790
DOMINIC SERRES ........ 17921793
EDWARD BURCH ........ 1794 1812
THOMAS STOTHARD ........ 18141834
GEORGE JONES (resigned) ....... 18341840
WILLIAM COLLINS (resigned) ...... 1840 1842
Sir CHARLES LOCK EASTLAKE (resigned) ..... 18421844
THOMAS UwiNS (resigned) ....... 18441855
HENRY WILLIAM PICKERSGILL (resigned) ..... 1856 1864
SOLOMON ALEXANDER HART ...... 1864 1881
JOHN EVAN HODGSON ........ 18821895
WILLIAM FREDERICK YEAMES ...... 1896
G. M. Moser acted as Deputy Librarian in 1782, Paul Sandby from 1799 to l8 OQi
J. F. Rigaud in 1810, and T. Stothard from 1810 to 1814.
In 1863 the tenure of the Professorships of Painting, Architecture, Sculpture, and
Anatomy was limited to five years, the holder being in each case eligible for re-election.
The Professorship of Chemistry, established in 1871, was not made subject to this rule
till 1879. In 1903 the tenure of the Professorships of Painting, Sculpture, and Architec-
ture was limited to three years, with eligibility for re-election.
In 1886 the Professorships of Painting, Sculpture, and Architecture were thrown open
to Associates as well as Academicians.
EDWARD PENNY (resigned) ....... 17681782
JAMES BARRY (expelled) .... . . 17821799
HENRY FUSELI (resigned) ....... 17991805
JOHN OPIE .... .... 18051807
HENRY TRESHAM (resigned) ...... 18071809
HENRY FUSELI ...... . 1810 1825
THOMAS PHILLIPS (resigned) ...... 18251832
HENRY HOWARD ........ 1833 1847
CHAS. ROBT. LESLIE (resigned) ...... 1847 1852
SOLOMON ALEX. HART (resigned) ...... 1854 1863
CHARLES WEST COPE (resigned) ...... 18661875
APPENDIX IV 367
EDWARD ARMITAGE (resigned) ...... 18751882
JOHN EVAN HODGSON ....... 1882 1895
Sir WILLIAM BLAKE RICHMOND (resigned) ..... 1895 1899
HUBERT VON HERKOMER (resigned) ..... 1899 1900
VALENTINE CAMERON PRINSEP (resigned) ..... 19001903
GEORGE CLAUSEN ........ 1903
THOMAS SANDBY ........ 1768 1798
GEORGE DANCE (resigned) ....... 1798 1805
Sir JOHN SOANE ........ 1806 1837
WILLIAM WILKINS (delivered no lectures) ..... 18371839
CHAS. ROBT. COCKERELL (resigned) ..... 18391859
SYDNEY SMIRKE (resigned) . . , . . . 18601865
Sir GEORGE GILBERT SCOTT (resigned) ..... 1866 1873
EDWARD MIDDLETON BARRY ...... 1873 1880
GEORGE EDMUND STREET ....... 18801881
GEORGE AITCHISON ........ 1887
During the vacancy in the Professorship, from 1881 to 1887, lectures were delivered
by members of the Royal Academy, and others.
JOHN FLAXMAN ........ 1810 1826
Sir RICHARD WESTMACOTT ....... 1827 1856
RICHARD WESTMACOTT ....... 1857 1868
HENRY WEEKES (resigned) ....... 1868 1876
THOMAS WOOLNER (resigned ; delivered no lectures) , . . 18771878
ALFRED GILBERT ........ 1900
During the vacancy in the Professorship, from 1878 to 1900, lectures were delivered
by members of the Royal Academy, and others.
WILLIAM HUNTER ....... . 17681783
JOHN SHELDON ........ 1783 1808
Sir ANTHONY CARLISLE (resigned) ...... 18081824
JOHN H. GREEN (resigned) ....... 1825 1851
RICHARD PARTRIDGE ....... 18521873
JOHN MARSHALL 18731890
WILLIAM ANDERSON ........ 18911900
ARTHUR THOMSON ........ 1900
FREDERICK S. BARFF 18711879
ARTHUR HERBERT CHURCH ...... 1879
SAMUEL WALE ........ 17681786
EDWARD EDWARDS . . . . . . . 17881806
J. M. W. TURNER (resigned) ...... 1807 1837
J. P. KNIGHT (resigned) ....... 18391860
On the resignation of Mr Knight, the Professorship was abolished and a Teachership,
not limited to members of the Academy, substituted. This office has been held by the
HENRY ALEX. BOWLER ....... 1861 1899
GEORGE A. STOREY ........ 1900
The first honorary office created was that of Secretary for Foreign
Correspondence, in 1769. In the following year a Professor of Ancient
Literature, a Professor of Ancient History, and an Antiquary, were
appointed ; all the first appointments to these four offices were made
direct by the King. The Chaplaincy was not instituted till 1784, when
Mr Peters was requested to act as Chaplain at the annual dinner, and
was afterwards confirmed " Chaplain to the Royal Academy." The
subsequent appointments to these honorary offices have been made
generally on the nomination of the President, subject to the approval
of the Council and the General Assembly, and confirmation by the
Rev. W. PETERS, sometime R.A. (resigned) . .... 1784 1788
Rt. Rev. THOS. BERNARD, Bishop of Killaloe, afterwards Bishop of Limerick 1791 1806
Rt. Rev. JOHN FISHER, Bishop of Exeter, afterwards Bishop of Salisbury . 18071826
Rt. Rev. The Hon. EDW. LEGGE, Bishop of Oxford . . . 18261827
Rt. Rev. C. J. BLOMFIELD, Bishop of Chester, afterwards Bishop of London 18271857
Rt. Rev. SAMUEL WILBERFORCE, Bishop of Oxford, afterwards Bishop of
Winchester ........ 18571873
Most Rev. WM. THOMPSON, Archbishop of York .... 18731891
Most Rev. WM. CONNOR MAGEE, Bishop of Peterborough, Archbishop
Elect of York ........ 18911891
Most Rev. WM. DALRYMPLE MACLAGAN, Archbishop of York . .1892
Secretaries for Foreign Correspondence
JOSEPH BARRETTI ........ 17691789
JAMES BOSWELL ........ 1791 1795
PRINCE HOARE ........ 17991835
Sir GEORGE STAUNTON, Bart. ...... 18391859
Sir HENRY HOLLAND, Bart. ....... 1860 1873
Sir WM. STIRLING MAXWELL, Bart. ..... 18741878
Lord HOUGHTON ........ 1878 1885
ROBERT BROWNING ........ 1886 1889
Rt. Hon. Sir HENRY AUSTIN LAVARD ..... 18901894
Rt. Hon. WM. E. H. LECKY ....... 18951903
LordAvEBURY ........ 1903
Professors of Ancient Literature
Dr SAMUEL JOHNSON ....... 17701787
BENNET LANGTON ........ 1787 1802
Dr CHARLES BURNEY ....... 1803 1817
Rt. Rev. WILLIAM HOWLEY, Bishop of London, afterwards Archbishop of
Canterbury ........ 18181830
Rt. Rev. EDWARD COPLESTONE, Bishop of LlandafF . . . 18311849
Lord MACAULAY ........ 1850 1859
Very Rev. HENRY HART MILMAN, Dean of St Paul's . . . 1860 1868
Very Rev. ARTHUR PENRHYN STANLEY, Dean of Westminster . . i58 1881
Very Rev. HENRY GEORGE LIDDELL, Dean of Christ Church . . 18821898
Rt. Rev. MANDELL CREIGHTON, Bishop of London . . . 1898 1901
Rt. Hon. JOHN MORLEY ....... 1903
Professors of Ancient History
OLIVER GOLDSMITH . ....... 17701774
Rev. Dr T. FRANKLIN ....... 17741784
EDWARD GIBBON ........ 1787 1794
WILLIAM MITFORD ........ 18181827
HENRY HALLAM ........ 18361859
GEORGE GROTE ........ 18591871
Rt. Rev. CONNOP THIRL WALL, Bishop of St David's . . . 18711875
Rt. Hon. W. ErGLADSTONE ...... 18761898
Sir RICHARD C. JEBB ....... 1898
RICHARD DALTON .
SAMUEL LYSONS .
Sir HENRY ENGLEFIELD, Bart.
Sir WALTER SCOTT, Bart. .
Sir ROBERT H. INGLIS, Bart.
Earl STANHOPE .
Sir PHILIP DE M. GREY EGERTON, Bart. .
Sir CHAS. T. NEWTON, K.C.B.
Sir AUGUSTUS WOLLASTON FRANKS, K.C.B.
FRANCIS CRAMER PENROSE .
Viscount DILLON .
. 1821 1826
. 1850 1855
. 1881 1894
. 1898 1903
LIST OF DIPLOMA WORKS, 1770-1904
THE law requiring each Academician on his election to deposit in the
Academy a specimen of his skill, to be called his Diploma Work, was
not passed till October, 1770; consequently there are no Diploma
Works, properly so called, by the thirty-six original members nomi-
nated by George III. ; but the following works, either given by those
members themselves, or presented by others, are included in the
JOSHUA REYNOLDS (Sir) P
BENJAMIN WEST . P
PAUL SANDBY . . P
FRANCIS COTES . . P
JOHN BAKER . . P
MASON CHAMBERLIN . P
THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH P
GIOVANNI B. CIPRIANI . P
THOMAS SANDBY . A
NATHANIEL HONE . P
NATHANIEL DANCE . P
RICHARD WILSON . P
ANGELICA KAUFFMAN . P
MARY MOSER . . P
WILLIAM CHAMBERS (Sir) A
JOSEPH WILTON . . S
DOMINIC SERRES . P
Portrait of Sir Wm. Chambers, R.A.
Christ blessing little Children.
Windsor Castle (water-colour).
Portrait of Wm. Hunter, M.D.
Drawing for the Diploma.
Portrait of the Painter.
Portrait of G. B. Cipriani, R A.
Portrait of the Painter.
Four oval paintings representing Com-
position, Invention, Design, and Colour-
ing, originally executed for the ceiling
of the Council Room at Somerset House,
and now in the ceiling of the Entrance
Hall of the Academy.
Two flower pieces.
Design for a Mausoleum.
Marble chimney piece.
The following list of the Diploma Works is given in the order of
the election of each Academician :
EDWARD BURCH S
RICHARD COSWAY . . P
JOSEPH NOLLEKENS . . S
JAMES BARRY P
WILLIAM PETERS . P
JOHN BACON S
JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY . P
PHILIP J. DE LOUTHERBOURG P
EDMUND GARVEY . . P
JOHN FRANCIS RIGAUD . P
THOMAS BANKS S
JAMES WYATT ... A
JOSEPH FARINGTON . . P
JOHN OPIE P
JAMES NORTHCOTE . . P
WILLIAM HODGES . . P
JOHN RUSSELL . P
WILLIAM HAMILTON . . P
HENRY FUSELI P
JOHN VENN .... A
JOHN WEBBER . P
FRANCIS WHEATLEY . . P
OZIAS HUMPHREY . . P
ROBERT SMIRKE . P
FRANCIS BOURGEOIS (Sir) . P
THOMAS STOTHARD . . P
THOMAS LAWRENCE (Sir) . P
RICHARD WESTALL . . P
JOHN HOPPNER . P
SAWREY GILPIN . P
WILLIAM BEECHEY (Sir) . P
HENRY TRESHAM P
THOMAS DANIELL . . P
MARTIN ARCHER SHEE (Sir) P
JOHN FLAXMAN . S
J. M.W.TURNER . . P
JOHN SOANE (Sir) . . A
JN. CHAS. FELIX Rossi . S
Gem and Cast.
Venus and Cupid.
Cupid and Psyche.
Medea making her Incantation.*
Sickness marble head.
The Tribute Money.
Samson and Delilah.
The Falling Titan marble statue.
Design for a Mausoleum.
A Coast Scene.
Age and Infancy.
Jael and Sisera.
View of the Ghauts at Benares.
Naomi and Ruth.
Vertumnus and Pomona.
Thor battering the Serpent of Midgard.
An Architectural Elevation.
A Scene in Otaheite.
A Peasant Boy.
A Fortune Teller, f
Don Quixote and Sancho Panza.
A Gipsy Girl.
A Peasant Boy.
Portrait of the Painter.
Horses in a Storm.
The Prince of Wales, afterwards George IV.
The Death of Virginia.
Hindoo Temple at Bindrabund, on the
Apollo and Marpessa marble low relief.
Dolbaddern Castle, North Wales.
Design for a new House of Lords.
George Dance, R.A. marble bust.
Returned to the p&inter when he was expelled.
HENRY THOMSON . . P
WILLIAM OWEN . P
SAMUEL WOODFORDE . . P
HENRY HOWARD P
THOMAS PHILLIPS . . P
NATHANIEL MARCHANT . S
AUGUSTUS W. CALLCOTT (Sir) P
DAVID WILKIE (Sir) . . P
JAMES WARD P
RICHARD WESTMACOTT (Sir) S
ROBERT SMIRKE, jun. (Sir) . A
HENRY BONE P
PHILIP REINAGLH . . P
WILLIAM THEED . S
GEORGE DAWE . P
WILLIAM REDMORE BIGG . P
HENRY RAEBURN (Sir) . P
EDWARD BIRD . P
WILLIAM MULREADY . . P
ALFRED E. CHALON . . P
JOHN JACKSON P
FRANCIS CHANTREY (Sir) . S
WILLIAM HILTON . . P
ABRAHAM COOPER . . P
WILLIAM COLLINS . . P
EDWARD HODGES BAILY . S
RICHARD COOK P
WILLIAM DANIELL . . P
RAMSAY RICHD. REINAGLE . P
JEFFRY WYATV ILLE (Sir) . A
GEORGE JONES .
CHARLES ROBERT LESLIE . P
HENRY WILLIAM PICKERSGILL P
WILLIAM ETTY P
Prospero and Miranda.
Boy and Kitten.
Dorinda wounded by Silvio (From " II
The Four Angels released from the River
Euphrates (Rev. ix. 15).
Venus and Adonis.
Gem and Cast.
Boys digging for a Rat.
Jupiter and Ganymede marble high relief.
Restoration of the Acropolis, Athens.
Venus and Cupid.
Eagle and Vulture disputing with a Hyaenn.
A Bacchanalian Group bronze.*
Boy and Rabbit.
Proclaiming Joash King (2 Chron. xxiii.
The Village Buffoon.
A Jewish Rabbi.
Benjamin West, P.R.A. marble bust.
The Rape of Ganymede.
Sir Trevisan fleeing from Despair. (From
Spenser's " Faerie Queen.")
John Flaxman, R.A. marble bust.
Ceres refusing to be Consoled by Iris for
the Loss of Proserpine.
View on the Coast of Scotland.
Landscape and Cattle.
Design for a Mansion for the first Earl of
Gateway and Cloisters of King's College
Katherine of Aragon.
The Oriental Love Letter.
Sleeping Nymph and Satyr.
* Missing. f Missing ; supposed to have been stolen.
J Substituted in 1874 for the original Diploma Work, The Tale of Interest."
i JOHN CONSTABLE .
CHAS. LOCK EASTLAKE (Sir)
i EDWIN H. LANDSEER (Sir) .
I HY. PERRONET BRIGGS
GILBERT STUART NEWTON .
WM. CLARKSON STANFIELD
WILLIAM ALLAN (Sir) .
CHARLES ROBT. COCKERELL
' JOHN GIBSON
! THOMAS UWINS .
: FREDERICK RICHD. LEE
! WILLIAM WYON .
S I 1838
JOHN PETER DEERING(GANDY) A
DANIEL MACLISE . P
WM. FREDK. WITHERINGTON P
SOLOMON ALEXANDER HART P
JOHN JAS. CHALON . . P
PHILIP HARDWICK . . A
DAVID ROBERTS P
CHARLES BARRY (Sir) . . A
; WM. CHAS. Ross (Sir) . . P
JOHN PRESCOTT KNIGHT . P
CHARLES LANDSEER . . P
THOMAS WEBSTER . . P
PATRICK M 'Do WELL . . S
JOHN ROGERS HERBERT . P
CHARLES WEST COPE . . P
WILLIAM DYCE . P
RICHARD WESTMACOTT . S
JOHN WATSON GORDON (Sir) P
THOMAS CRESWICK . . P
RICHARD REDGRAVE . . P
FRANCIS GRANT (Sir) . . P
WILLIAM CALDER MARSHALL S
WILLIAM POWELL FRITH . P
SAMUEL COUSINS . E
EDWARD MATTHEW WARD . P 1855
ALFRED ELMORE . . P : 1856
Hagar and Ishmael.
The Faithful Hound.
Colonel Blood stealing the Crown Jewels.
On the Scheldt.
The Shepherd's Grace.
Design for Houses of Parliament.
Narcissus marble statue.
An Italian Mother.
Morning in the Meadows.
(Frame containing) Designs for a Botanical
Medal, and an Anatomical Medal.
Design for Exeter Hall.
Landscape and Figures.
An Early Reading of Shakespeare.
A Gipsy Encampment.
Entrance Gate to Euston Square Station.
The Travellers' Club, South Front.
The Parting Blessing.
The Dying Warrior.
The Early Lesson.
A Nymph marble statuette.
St Gregory teaching his Chant.
A Night Alarm.
" Go and sin no more " marble low relief.
Scene from Burns' " Auld Lang Syne."
Portrait of Miss Grant.
Infant Satyr marble statuette.
The Village Model.
The Queen receiving the Sacrament at her
Coronation after C. R. Leslie, R.A.
Queen Elizabeth Woodvillein the Sanctuary
A Scene from
The Two Gentlemen of
FREDK. RICHD. PICKERSGILL P
GEORGE FREDK. Doo . . E
The Raising of Lazarus after Sebastian
JOHN HENRY FOLEY . . S
The Younger Brother marble statuette.
JOHN PHILLIP . P
SYDNEY SMIRKE ... A
The Carlton Club.
JAMES CLARKE HOOK . . P
AUGUSTUS LEOPOLD EGG . P
Cromwell the night before the Battle of
GEORGE GILBERT SCOTT . A
Design for Government Offices.
PAUL FALCONER POOLE . P
HENRY WEEKES . S
Joseph Henry Green marble bust.
WILLIAM BOXALL (Sir) . P
Portrait of John Gibson, R.A.
FREDERICK GOODALL . . P
The Song of the Nubian Slave.
JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS (Sir,
A Souvenir of Velasquez.
EDWARD WM. COOKE . . P
Dutch " Pinks " running to anchor off Yar-
JOHN CALCOTT HORSLEY . P
A Pleasant Corner.
THOMAS FALD . . . . P
" Ere care begins."
JOHN FREDK. LEWIS . . P
The Door of a Cafe in Cairo.
GEORGE RICHMOND . . P
Portrait of Samuel Wilberforce, Bishop of
CARLO MAROCHETTI (Baron) S
Sir E. Landseer, R.A. marble bust.
THOMAS SIDNEY COOPER . P
Milking Time in the Meadows.
PHILIP H. CALDERON . . P
JOHN HY. ROBINSON . . E
Napoleon and Pius VII. after Sir David
GEORGE FREDK. WATTS . P
" My punishment is greater than I can
FRED. LEIGHTON (Sir, Bart.,
and Baron) P
EDWD. MIDDLETON BARRY . A
Design for Government Offices.
JAMES SANT . P
The Schoolmaster's Daughter.
HY. TANWORTH WELLS . P
Volunteers at the Firing-point, i866.t
RICHARD ANSDELL . . P
WM. EDWARD FROST . . P
Nymph and Cupid.
GEO. EDMUND STREET . A
Design for the New Courts of Justice,
Pnncipal Entrance, South Front.
WM. CHAS. THOS. DOBSON . P
St Paul at Philippi.
LUMB STOCKS . . . E
Claude Duval after W. P. Frith, R.A.
* Substituted in 1886 for the original Diploma Work, " A Narrow Lane."
t Substituted in 1882 for the original Diploma Work, " Letters and News from th Loch S1d."
EDWARD ARMITAGE . . P
JOHN PETTIE P
THOMAS WOOLNER . . S
EDWD. JOHN PoYNTER(Sir,
Bart.) . P
JOHN GILBERT (Sir) . . P
GEO. DL NLOF LESLIE . . P
HY. WM. BANKS DAVIS P
WM. QUILLER ORCHARDSON P
RICHD. NORMAN SHAW . A
WM. FREDK. YEAMES . . P
HY. STACY MARKS . . P
LAWRENCE ALMA TADEMA (Sir) P
JOHN EVAN HODGSON .
HY. HUGH ARMSTEAD
JOHN LOUGHEOROUGH PEAR-
WALTER WM. OULESS .
BRITON RIVIERE .
THOS. OLDHAM BARLOW
PETER GRAHAM .
JOSEPH EDGAR BOEHM (Sir,
MARCUS STONE .
S. LUKE FILDES .
WM. HAMO THORNYCROFT .
JOHN BAGNOLD BURGESS .
HUBERT v. HERKOMER
THOMAS BROCK .
ANDREW CARRICK Gow
FRANK DICKSEE .
ALFRED GILBERT .
JOHN M'WHIRTER . . P
HENRY WOODS . P
HENRY MOORE . P
VALENTINE CAMERON PRINSEP P
The Festival of Esther.
Achilles and Pallas shouting from the
Trenches marble low relief.
Convocation of Clergy.
The Lass of Richmond Hill.
A Midsummer Night.
On the North Foreland.
View of Adcote, Shropshire.
" La Bigolante " (a Venetian water carrier).
Science is Measurement.
The Road to the Temple.
A Shipwrecked Sailor waiting for a Sail.
The Ever-reigning Queen marble bas-relief
Portrait of J. E. Hodgson, R.A.
The King Drinks.
Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone after J. E.
Sir J. E. Millais, Bart., P.R.A. bronze bust.
Portrait of Sir J. E. Millais, Bart., P.R.A.
Manchester Town Hall.
The Freedom of the Press.
Lord Leighton, P.R.A. bronze bust.
A Mountain Pass.
(None yet delivered. A silver statuette of
" Victory " held on deposit.)
In Campo SS. Giotanni e Paolo, Venice.
Summer Breeze in the Channel.
JOHN WM. WATERHOUSE . P
EDWARD ONSLOW FORD . S
WM. BLAKE RICHMOND (Sir) P
GEO. HENRY BOUGHTON . P
ERNEST CROFTS . P
THOS. GRAHAM JACKSON . A
JOHN SINGER SARGENT . P
EDWARD JOHN GREGORY . P
GEORGE AITCHISON . . A
BENJAMIN WILLIAMS LEADER P
JOHN SEYMOUR LUCAS . P
EDWARD AUSTIN ABBEY . P
GEO. FREDK. BODLEY . . A
GEO. JAS. FRAMPTON . . S
ERNEST ALBERT WATERLOW
ROBERT WALKER MACBETH P
ASTON WEBB A
Sir L. Alma Tadema, R.A. bronze bust.
Orpheus returning from the Shades.
To the Rescue an Episode of the Civil
The New Schools, Oxford University.
An Interior in Venice.
The Royal Exchange Assurance, Pall Mall.
The Sand Pit, Burrow's Cross.
News from the Front.
A Lute Player.
St Mary's, Clumber.
The Marchioness of Granby marble bust.
The Banks of the Loing.
The Lass that a Sailor Loves.
Proposed Architectural Treatment of the
Surroundings to the National Memorial
to Queen Victoria in Front of Bucking-
PICTURES AND STATUARY OTHER THAN DIPLOMA
WORKS, AND VARIOUS OBJECTS OF INTEREST
BELONGING TO THE ROYAL ACADEMY
IN the Gibson and Diploma Galleries, which were added by the
Academy to old Burlington House, there are, besides the Diploma
Works and "the Gibson Statuary, a number of pictures and other
works of Art which have been presented or purchased at different
times ; while the Council Room, General Assembly Room, and other
private rooms of the Academy also contain many pictures and objects
of interest. The following are among the most important :
PICTURES, DRAWINGS, ETC.
H.M. George III Sir Joshua Reynolds, P. R. A.
H.M. Queen Charlotte Sir Joshua Reynolds, P. R. A.
H.M. George IV Sir Martin Archer Shee, P.R.A.
H.M. William IV Sir Martin Archer Shee, P.R.A.
H.M. Queen Victoria Sir Martin Archer Shee, P.R.A.
Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.
Benjamin West, P.R.A Benjamin West, P.R.A.
Benjamin West, P.R.A, Water-colour Copy of
the Portrait in the National Gallery, by Sir
Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A George Thomas Doo, R.A.
Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A.
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, P.R.A. . . . John Prescott Knight, R.A.
Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A.
Lord Leighton, P.R.A George Frederick Watts, R.A.
Sir William Allan, R.A Sir John Watson Gordon, R.A.
Edward Armitage, R.A Walter William Ouless, R.A.
PICTURES, DRAWINGS, ETC. PORTRAITS Continued.
Edward Hodges Baily, R.A. .... John Mogford.
Sir William Beechey, R.A. Sir William Beechey, R.A.
James Bonomi, A. John Francis Rigaud, R.A.
Sir William Boxall, R.A Anna Lea Merritt.
Sir Augustus Wall Callcott, R.A. . . . William Owen, R.A.
Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A Thomas Ellerby.
William Collins, R.A. Margaret Sarah Carpenter.
John Constable, R.A. Charles Robert Leslie, R.A.
Thomas Creswick, R.A Thomas Creswick, R.A.
Thomas Daniell, R.A., and William Daniell, R.A.
Miniatures Sir William Newton.
William Daniell, R.A., and Mrs Daniell. Drawings Richard Westall, R.A.
Augustus Leopold Egg, R.A John Phillip, R.A.