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William Edward Frost, R.A. Miniature . . William Upton.

Thomas Gainsborough, R.A. .... Thomas Gainsborough, R.A.

John Gibson, R.A Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A.

J ohn Callcott Horsley, R.A Walter C. Horsley.

Francis Hayman, R.A Sir Joshua Reynolds, P. R.A.

Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A Sir Francis Grant, P. R.A.

Henry Stacy Marks, R.A Walter William Ouless, R.A.

John Hamilton Mortimer, R.A Richard Wilson, R.A.

William Mulready, R.A. Water-colour . . William Mulready, R.A.

James Northcote, R.A. James Northcote, R.A.

James Northcote, R.A. Chalk .... Prince Hoare.

John Opie, R.A John Opie, R.A.

John Opie, R.A Prince Hoare.

William Owen, R.A William Owen, R.A.

Thomas Phillips, R.A Thomas Phillips, R.A.

Briton Riviere, R.A Hubert von Herkomer, R.A.

David Roberts, R.A Sir Daniel Macnee, P.R.S.A.

John Henry Robinson, R.A. .... John Prescott Knight, R.A.

Sir George Gilbert Scott, R.A George Richmond, R.A.

Robert Smirke, R.A

Henry Thomson, R.A. Sir Martin Arthur Shee, P.R.A.

Study for a Portrait of Edward Matthew Ward,

R.A. Thomas Brigstocke.

James Ward, R.A. Pencil Drawing . . . John Jackson, R.A.

Richard Westall, R.A Richard Westall, R.A.

Joseph Wilton, R.A., John Hamilton Mortimer,

A., etc. Group John Hamilton Mortimer, A.

Samuel Woodforde, R.A Samuel Woodforde, R.A.

James Wyatt, R.A. Sir William Beechey, R.A.



APPENDIX VI 379

PICTURES, DRAWINGS, ETC. PORTRAITS Continued.
TITLB. ARTIST.

John Venn, R.A Unknown.

Fifty-three Portraits of Academicians. Pencil,

washed with Colour George Dance, R.A.

Surgeon Bromfield. Pastel Francis Cotes, R.A.

Prince Hoare Prince Hoare (finished by Gains-
borough).

Guiseppe Marchi Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

J. L. Meissonier, H.R.F.A. Etching after

Meissonier C. Waltner.

Very Rev. Dean Milman George Frederick Watts, R.A.

Thomas Vaughan, forty-five years Clerk to the

Royal Academy John Prescott Knight, R.A.

GENERAL

Leda and the Swan. Cartoon .... Michael Angelo.

The Holy Family. Cartoon .... Leonardo da Vinci.

Copy of "The Last Supper," by Leonardo da
Vinci, formerly in the Convent of the Car-
thusians at Pavia Marco d'Oggione.

Temperance Giorgione.

Landscape Pietro Francesco Mola.

Copies of Raphael's Cartoons, made for the Duke

of Bedford Sir James Thornhill.

Seventeen Copies of Frescoes, by Raphael, in the

" Stanze " Apartments of the Vatican . . Guiseppe Cades.

The Life School in Hogarth's Academy, St

Martin's Lane William Hogarth.

The Life School in St Martin's Lane . . . Unknown.

Lead Pencil Study for a Portion of his Picture of
the Life School of the Royal Academy, in

H.M.'s possession at Windsor Castle . . Johan Zoffany, R.A.

The Antique Room of the Royal Academy,

Somerset House Johan Zoffany, R.A.

Plngraving of Ramberg's Drawing of the Exhibi-
tion of the Royal Academy, 1787 . . . P.Martini.

The Royal Academy in General Assembly, under

the Presidency of Benjamin West, P.R.A . . Henry Singleton.

The Council of the Royal Academy Selecting

Pictures for the Exhibition .... Charles West Cope, R.A.

Theory . Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

Satan calling the Legions Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A.

The Crown of Thorns William Hilton, R.A.

Cottage Girl and Child William Owen, R.A.

Durham. Water-colour J. M. W. Turner, R.A.

Dedham Lock, or the Jumping Horse . . . John Constable, R.A.

Sixteen Landscape Studies in Oils . . . John Constable, R.A.



380 APPENDICES

PICTURES, DRAWINGS, ETC. GENERAL Continued.

TITLE. ARTIST.

Two Original Designs for the Turner Gold Medal Daniel Maclise, R.A.

Original Cartoon for the Painting in the Houses
of Parliament " The Meeting of Wellington
and Blucher after the Battle of Waterloo " . Daniel Maclise, R.A.

Succouring the Wounded Paul Falconer Poole, R.A.

The Death of Cain George Frederick Watts, R.A.

Sixty-six Compositions from the Iliad and

Odyssey. Pen and Ink John Flaxman, R.A.

Twenty-seven Compositions from the Tragedies
of ./Eschylus. Pen and Ink .... John Flaxman, R.A.

In the Schools are a number of Life Studies by William Mulready, R.A., William
Etty, R.A., Lord Leighton, P.R.A., and others ; also numerous drawings and copies of
pictures by various artists.

SCULPTURE

PORTRAITS

TITLE. ARTIST.

H.M. George III. Bust, marble .... Agostino Carlini, R.A.
H.M. George IV. Bust, marble . . . .Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A.
H.M. William IV. Bust, marble . . . Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A.

H.M. Queen Victoria. Bust, marble . . . H.R.H. Princess Louise, Duchess of

Argyll.

Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. Bust, marble . Cirachi, of Rome.

Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. Medallion, bronze Edward Hodges Baily, R.A.

Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. Bust, marble . . Mary Grant.

Sir J. E. Millais, Bart., P.R.A. Bust, bronze . E. Onslow Ford, R.A.

Edward Armitage, R.A. Bust, terra-cotta . . Sir J. E. Boehm, Bart., R.A.

Edward M. Barry, R.A. Bust, marble . . Thomas Woolner, R.A.

Henry Bone, R.A. Bust, marble . . . Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A.

Sir Francis Chantrey, R.A. Bust, marble . . W. Smith.

John Constable, R.A, Bust, marble . . . Edward Davis.

William Dyce, R.A. Bust, marble . . . Unknown.

John Gibson, R.A. Bust, marble . . . J. Adams Acton.

George Jones, R.A. Bust, marble . . . Henry Weekes, R.A.

John Prescott Knight, R.A. Medallion . . J. Gille.

Patrick Macdowell, R.A. Bust, marble . . Wm. Fredk. Woodington, A.

Daniel Maclise, R.A Edward Davis.

Thomas Stothard, R.A. Bust, marble . . Edward Hodges Baily, R.A.

Henry Weekes, R.A. Bust, marble . . . Charles Summers.

GENERAL
Virgin and Child and St John. Relief, marble . Michael Angelo.

Model for the Lions in Trafalgar Square (Nelson
Monument). Plaster Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A.



APPENDIX VI 381

SCULPTURE GENERAL Continued.
TITLE. ARTIST.

The Sluggard. Statue, plaster .... Lord Leighton, P.R.A.

An Athlete struggling with a Python. Group,

plaster Lord Leighton, P.R.A.

Shielding the Helpless. Group, marble . . Edwd. Bowring Stephens, A.
Nine Sketch Models for his Statues and the

Figures in some of his Pictures (the original

plaster casts, and the same in bronze) . . Lord Leighton, P.R.A.

In the Schools are numerous casts of antique statuary, and also a large collection of
architectural casts.

The Schools also contain a very complete anatomical collection for the use of the

students.



MISCELLANEOUS

The Sitter's Chair of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

Four Palettes and an Easel of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

Two Frames of Experiments in Oil Colours of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

A Tea Caddy of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

Twenty-seven Note-books of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

The Diploma of Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

The Sitter's Chair of Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A.

Two Palettes of Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A.

Palette and Mahl Stick of William Hogarth.

Pointing Instrument of John Flaxman, R.A.

Palette, and Marble Slab and Muhler used by him to grind Colours on, of John
Constable, R.A.

Palette of Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A.

Palette of John Phillip, R.A.

Palette and Brushes, and Mahl Stick of Lord Leighton, P.R.A.

Palette and Brushes of Sir J. E. Millais, Bart., P.R.A.

Pocket Palette of George Morland.

Graver of Thomas Bewick.

An Hour Glass, formerly used in the Schools to time the model.

A Collection of Medals.

Five volumes of Sketches, and fifteen volumes of woodcuts from his drawings, by Sir
John Gilbert, R.A.

Twelve letters from Thomas Gainsborough, R.A., to Jackson the musician, and one
from him, when dying, to Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A.

Sketch-books and Sketches of Reynolds, West, Leighton, and many others.

The Academy also possesses a fine collection of silver plate, it having been the
custom from the foundation for each Academician to present some article on his election.



382 APPENDICES

THE GIBSON GALLERY

contains the works in marble and plaster which were in the studio of
John Gibson, R.A., at Rome, at the time of his death. He bequeathed
them to the Royal Academy, together with a sum of money, a portion
of which was to be used for the erection of a gallery for their perma-
nent housing and exhibition. They consist of eighty-two groups,
statues, and reliefs. Among them is a replica of the tinted Venus,
which excited much interest in the International Exhibition of 1851.



THE LIBRARY

contains nearly 10,000 volumes of works dealing with the literature of
the Fine Arts in all its branches. There is also a very valuable col-
lection of engravings and autotype reproductions of the contents of the
chief European galleries. A catalogue was published in 1877, and a
supplementary one in 1901. The bulk of the Library is arranged in
what was the ballroom of old Burlington House. Though primarily
intended for the members and students of the Royal Academy,
admission to it can always be obtained by artists and others on appli-
cation to any of the principal officers of the Institution.



APPENDIX VII



LIST OF STUDENTS WHO HAVE OBTAINED GOLD
MEDALS AND TRAVELLING STUDENTSHIPS, 1769-1904

VARIOUS changes have from time to time been made in the regulations
affecting these Prizes. The only ones that need be noted here are
those made in 1871 as regards Architecture, and in 1879 as regards
Painting and Sculpture. The Travelling Studentships and Gold
Medals, which had, up to those dates, been distinct Prizes only those
who had gained the latter being eligible for the former were
amalgamated, and the same competition carried both Prizes ; a
further result being that a Travelling Studentship in all three branches
is now given every other year.

STUDENTS UP TO 1879

in Sculpture, A. in Architecture

JOHN ADAMS S 1858

JOHN ROBINSON ... A 1861

PHILIP RICHARD MORRIS . P 1863

THOS. HENRY WATSON . . A 1863

RICH. PHENE" SPIERS . . A 1864

SAMUEL F. LYNN S 1866

RICHARD GROOM . . . A 1867

FRANK HOLL . . . . P 1868

HERBERT MENZIES MARSHALL A 1868

HENRY L. FLORENCE . .A 1869

HENRY WILES S 1870

HORATIO WALTER LONSDALE A 1870

R. SELDEN WORNUM . . A 1871

HENRY G. W. DRINKWATER . A 1872

PHILIP J. MARVIN ... A 1874

BERNARD SMITH . . . A 1875

THOMAS M. DEANE . . A 1876

ELEY E. WHITE ... A 1877

WILLIAM SCOTT . . . A 1878

THOMAS STIRLING LEE . . S 1879



MAURITIUS LOWE
THOMAS BANKS
JOHN SOANE .
CHARLES GRIGI
CHARLES Rossi
JOHN DEARE .
GEORGE HADFIELD
THOMAS PROCTOR
WILLIAM ARTAUD
LEWIS VULLIAMY
JOSEPH SEVERN
WILLIAM SCOULAR
SAMUEL LOAT
GEORGE SMITH
EDGAR GEORGI
JOHN JOHNSON
WILLIAM DENH
HENRY TIMBRELL
JAMES CLARKE HOOK
EDWARD JAS. PHYSICK
RICHARD No

383



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384



APPENDICES



GOLD MEDALLISTS
IN PAINTING



NAME. YRAR.


SUBJECT.


MAURITIUS LOWE


1769


Time discovering Truth.


JOSEPH STRUTT ....


1770


yneas stopped on the Threshold of the






Door by Creusa.


WILLIAM BELL ....


1771


Venus entreating Vulcan to Forge the






Armour of ^neas.


JOHN KEYSE SHERWIN


1772


Coriolanus taking leave of his Family.


JAMES JEFFREYS ....


1774


Seleucus and Stratonice.


CHARLES GRIGNION .


1776


The JuJgment of Hercules.


CHARLES REUBEN RYLEY .


1778


The Sacrifice of Iphigenia.


GEORGE FARINGTON .


1780


A Scene from " Macbeth."


JOHN HOPPNER ....


1782


A Scene from " King Lear."


THOMAS PROCTOR


1784


A Scene from " The Tempest."


WILLIAM ARTAUD


1786


Subject from "Paradise Lost."


HENRY SINGLETON


1788


Subject from Dryden's Ode.


HENRY HOWARD


1790


A Scene from Mason's " Caractacus."


GEO. FRANCIS JOSEPH .


1792


A Scene from Shakespeare's "Coriolanus."


Not awarded ....


1794


Cassandra coming into the Council.


Not awarded ....


1797


The Ghost of Clytemnestra awakening the






Sleeping Furies.


RICHARD SMIRKE


1799


Samson and Delilah.


STEPHEN FRANCIS RIGAUD .


1801


Clytemnestra exulting over the Dead Body






of Agamemnon.


GEORGE DAWE ....


1803


Achilles, frantic for the loss of Patroclus,






refuses the solicitations of Thetis to for-






bear meeting Hector.


THOMAS DOUGLAS GUEST .


1805


Bearing the dead body of Patroclus to the






Camp.


LASCELLES HOPPNER .


1807


The Judgment of Solomon.


ARTHUR PERIGAL


1811


Themistocles taking Refuge at the Court of






Admetus.


Not awarded ....


1813


Priam begging the Dead Body of Hector.


JOSEPH SEVERN ....


1819


The Cave of Despair. (From Spenser's
"Faerie Queen.")


JOHN GRAHAM ....


1821


The Prodigal Son.


FRANCIS YEATES HURLESTONE .


1823


Michael contending with Satan for the Body






of Moses.


JOHN WOOD ....


!82 5


Joseph expounding the Dreams of Pharaoh's
chief Butler and Baker.


GEORGE SMITH ....


1829


Venus entreating Vulcan to forge arms for






tineas.


DANIEL MACLISE ....


1831


The Choice of Hercules.



APPENDIX VII

GOLD MEDALLISTS IN PAINTING Continued.



385



NAME.



YEAR.



SUBJECT.



WM. DENHOLM KENNEDY .
EBENEZER BUTLER MORRIS

WM. EDWARD FROST .
HENRY LE JEUNE
Not awarded . .

JAMES CLARKE HOOK .
JOHN EVERETT MILLAIS .

JOHN ALFRED VINTER
WILLIAM S. BURTON .

CHARLES ROLT .

JOSEPH POWELL .

PHILIP RICHARD MORRIS .

Not awarded

ANDREW BROWN DONALDSON

FRANK HOLL

CLAUDE CALTHROP .
LOUISA STARR .
FREDK. TREVELYAN GOODALL
JESSIE MACGREGOR

FREDK. GEORGE COTMAN .
FRANK DICKSEE .

JAS. E. CHRISTIE .

HY. HERBERT LA THANGUE



1835
i837

1839
1841

1843

1845
1847

1849
1851

1853

1855
1857
1859
1861

1863

1865
1867
1869
1871

1873
1875

1877

1879



of Apollo and Idas fox



The Contention
Marpessa.

Horatius returning from his Victory over
the Curiatii.

Prometheus bound by Force and Strength.
Samson bursting his Bonds.

Themistocles taking Refuge at the Court
of Admetus.

Finding the Body of Harold.

The Young Men of the Tribe of Benjamin
seizing their Brides (Judges xxi.).

An Act of Mercy.

Delilah asking Forgiveness of Samson.
(From "Samson Agonistes.")

Orestes, pursued by the Furies, comforted
by his Sister.

The Death of Alcibiades.
The Good Samaritan.
The Prodigal Son.

The Trial Scene in "The Merchant of
Venice."

The Trial of Abraham's Faith (Gen. xxii.

1-14).

Subject from " The Book of Job."
David brought before Saul (i Sam. xvii.).
Ulysses and the Nurse (Od. xix.).

One of the Acts of Mercy, treated Scriptur-
ally.

Eucles falling dead as he brings to Athens
the news of the Victory of Marathon.

Ahab and Jezebel confronted by Elijah in
the Garden of Naboth.



The Introduction of Christianity into Britain.
The Pool of Bethesda (St John v.).



[GOLD MEDALLISTS, ETC,

2 B



386



APPENDICES



GOLD MEDALLISTS AND TRAVELLING STUDENTS
IN PAINTING



NAME.


YEAR.


SUBJECT.


SAM. MELTON FISHER


1881


The Messengers coming to Job (Job i.).


WM. MOUAT LOUDAN .


1883


St Peter denying Christ.


HORACE B. FISHER .


1885


A Scene from " Hamlet."


ARTHUR T. NOWELL .


1887


Captives.


HERBERT JAS. DRAPER


1889


An Episode of the Deluge.


RALPH PEACOCK ....


1891


Victory.


HAROLD EDW. SPEED .


1893


Joseph interpreting Pharaoh's Dream.


HARRY ROBERT MILEHAM .


1895


The Finding of Moses (Exod. ii. 5).


Not awarded ....


1897


Cleopatra clandestinely introduced into the
Presence of Caesar.


FRANK Moss BENNETT


1899


Ladas, winner of the long Footrace at






Olympia, falling dead as he goes to






receive the Crown of Victory.


GEORGE MURRAY


1901


Saul and the Witch of Endor (i Sam. xvii.


Not awarded ....


1903


The Meeting of Diogenes the Cynic and
Alexander at Corinth.



GOLD MEDALLISTS

IN SCULPTURE

R. In the Round. Rel. In Relief.



NAME.


YEAR.




SUBJECT.


JOHN BACON .


1769


Rel.


tineas Escaping from Troy.


THOMAS BANKS


1770


Rel.


The Rape of Proserpine.


P. M. VAN GELDER .


1771


Rel.


The Choice of Hercules.


THOMAS ENGLEHEART .


1772


Rel.


Ulysses and Nausicaa.


CHARLES BANKS


1774


R.


The Story of Pygmalion.


HENRY WEBBER


1776


Rel.


The Judgment of Midas.


JOHN HICKEY .


1778


Rel.


The Slaughter of the Innocents.


JOHN DEARE .


1780


Rel.


Subject from Milton's "Paradise Lost."


CHARLES PEART


1782


R.


Hercules and Omphale.


CHARLES Rossi


1784


R.


Venus conducting Helen to Paris.


PIERRE FRANCOIS CHENU


1786


R.


Restoration of the Torso.


CHARLES HORWELL .


1788


R.


Achilles's Grief at the Death of Patroclus.


CHARLES TACONET


1790


R.


A Scene from the History of Samson.


No Candidate .


1792


R.


The Judgment of Paris.


JOHN BACON, Jun. .


1794


R.


Cassandra. From Milton's " Paradise Lost,"








Book V.



APPENDIX VII

GOLD MEDALLISTS IN SCULPTURE- Continue*.



387



*


YEAR.




SUBJECT.


JAMES SMITH .


1797


R.


Venus wounded by Diomede.


HUMPHRY HOPPER .


1803


R.


The Death of Meleager.


WILLIAM TOLLEMACHE .


1805


R.


Chaining Prometheus to the Rock.


Not awarded


1807




Juno applying to -dEolus to raise the Storm








against /Eneas's Fleet.


EDWARD HODGES BAILY .


1811


R.


Hercules rescuing Alcestis from Orcus.


JOSEPHUS KENDRICK


1813


Rel.


Adam and Eve lamenting over the dead








body of Abel.


SAMUEL JOSEPH


1815


R.


Eve supplicating Forgiveness at the Feet








of Adam.


WILLIAM SCOULAR .


1817


Rel.


The Judgment of Paris.


JOSEPH GOTT .


1819


R.


Jacob wrestling with the Angel.


FREDERICK WM. SMITH .


1821


R.


Hasmon and Antigone.


ROBERT BALL HUGHES .


1823


Rel.


Mercury bringing Pandora to Epimetheus.
(From Hesiod's Theogony.)


JOSEPH DEARE .


1825


R.


David and Goliath.


JAMES LEGREW


1829


R.


Ajax Oileus dragging Cassandra from the








Altar of Minerva.


SEBASTIAN WYNDHAM






ARNALD


1831 R. : The Murder of the Innocents.


EDGAR GEO. PAP WORTH .


1833


R. ; Ulysses receiving the Scarf from Leacothea.


HENRY TIMBRELL .


1835


R. Mezentius tying the dead to the living.


Not awarded


1837 R. Ajax Oileus dragging Cassandra from the






Altar of Minerva. ^Eneid 2.


THOMAS EARLE


1839


R. , Hercules delivering Hesione from the Sea






Monster.


WM. CALDER MARSHALL .


1841


R. Venus rescuing /Eneas from Diomed.


EDW. Bo WRING STEPHENS


1843


Rel. ; Combat of the Centaurs and Lapithae.


ALFRED BROWN


1845


Rel. The Hours leading out the Horses of the






Sun.


GEORGE GAMMON ADAMS


1847


R. The Murder of the Innocents.


EDWARD JAS. PHYSICK .


1849


Rel.


The Rape of Proserpine.


CHARLES SUMMERS .


1851


R.


Mercy interceding for the Vanquished.


EDGAR GEO. PAPWORTH .


1853


R.


The Death of Procris.


JOHN ADAMS .


1855


R.


Eve supplicating Forgiveness at the Feet of








Adam.


GEORGE JAMES MILLER .


1857


R.


The Good Samaritan.


SAMUEL F. LYNN .


1859


R.


Lycaon imploring Achilles to spare his








Life.


GEORGE SLATER


1861


R.


" Remorse," Adam and Eve after the Fall.


HENRY BURSILL


1863


R.


A Composition from " The Deluge."


PERCIVAL BALL


1865


R.


The Brazen Serpent.


HENRY WILES .


1867


R.


The Massacre of the Innocents.



388 APPENDICES

GOLD MEDALLISTS IN SCULPTURE, Etc. Continued.



NAME.


YEAR.




SUBJECT.


THOMAS BROCK
HORACE MONTFORD *


1869
1869


}H.


Hercules stranglii.j Antaeus.


ROBERT STOCKS


1871


R.


Ulysses drawing the Arrow from the Foot
of Diomede.


WILLIAM WHITE


1873


R.


Panthea stabs herself over the dead body of
her husband Abradates.


WM.HAMO THORNYCROFT


1875


R.


A Warrior bearing a wounded Youth from
the Battle.


THOMAS STIRLING LEE .
FREDERIC C. CALLCOTT .


1877
1879


R.
R.


Hercules throwing Lycus into the Sea.
Venus rescuing /Eneas from Diomede.



A second Gold Medal was awarded to this student on account of the great merit of his work.

GOLD MEDALLISTS AND TRAVELLING STUDENTS
IN SCULPTURE



NAME.


YEAR.




SOBJKCT.


OSCAR ALEX. JUNCK .


1881


R.


Jacob wrestling with the Angel.


HARRY BATES .


1883


Rel.


Socrates teaching the People in the Agora.


FRED. WILL. POMEROY .


1885


R.


Cain the Outcast.


GEORGE JAS. FRAMPTON .


1887


R.


An Act of Mercy.


WILLIAM GOSCOMBE JOHN


1889


R.


Parting.


PAUL RAPHAEL MONT-








FORD ....


1891


R.


Jacob wrestling with the Angel.


DAVID McGiLL


1893


R.


Irene and her Attendants removing St








Sebastian after his first Martyrdom.


1 FRANCIS DERWENT WOOD


I89S


R.


Daedalus and Icarus.


ALFRED TURNER


1897


R.


Charity.


GILBERT WILLIAM BAYES


1899


R.


/Eneas leaving Troy.


STANLEY NICHOLSON BABK


1901


Rel.


Boadicea urging the Britons to avenge her


j






outraged Daughters.


ARTHUR CHAS. WHITE .


1903


R.


Three Generations.



GOLD MEDALLISTS
IN ARCHITECTURE



NAME.


YEAR.


SUBJECT.


JAMES GANDON ....


1769


A Triumphal Arch to commemorate Vic-
tories in the late War.


No Candidate ....


1770


A Nobleman's Villa.


JOHN VENN ....


1771


A Nobleman's Villa.



APPENDIX VII 389

GOLD MEDALLISTS IN ARCHITECTURE Continued.



NAME.


YEAR.


SUBJECT.


No Candidate ....


1772


A Nobleman's Town House, with Offices,


THOMAS WHETTON .


1774


A Nobleman's Town House.


JOHN SOANE ....


1776


A Triumphal Bridge.


WILLIAM Moss ....


1778


A Church of the Corinthian Order in the






form of a Grecian Cross finishing with a






Dome.


Not awarded ....


1780


A Theatre.


THOMAS MALTON


1782


A Theatre.


GEORGE HADFIELD


1784


A National Prison.


JOHN LINNELL BOND .


1786


A Mausoleum for Monuments to Dis-






tinguished Characters.


JOHN SANDERS ....


1788


A Church with Steeple or Spire.


JOSEPH GANDY ....


1790


A Triumphal Arch.


EDWARD GYFFORD


1792


A House of Lords and Commons.


Not awarded ....


1794


An Exchange.


WILLIAM ATKINSON .


1797


A Court of Justice.


ROBERT SMIRKE ....


1799


A National Museum for Painting and






Sculpture.


THOMAS WILLSON


1801


A National Edifice, adapted to the Com-






memoration of British Naval and Mili-







tary Heroism.


WILLIAM LOCKNER


1805


An Elegant Villa.


CHARLES A. BUSBY


1807


An Insulated Building to contain the Royal






and Antiquarian Societies, and Royal






Academy.


JAMES ADAMS ....


1809


An Edifice Dedicated to National Genius






and Virtue.


FRANCIS EDAVARDS


1811


A Theatre.


LEWIS VULLIAMY


1813


A Nobleman's Country Mansion.


MATTHEW EDWARD THOMAS


1815


A Royal Palace.


CHARLES HARRIOT SMITH .


1817


A Royal Academy of Painting, Sculpture,
and Architecture.


SYDNEY SMIRKE ....


1819


Pliny's Villa at Laurentinum.


RICHARD KELSEY


1821


A Theatre.


THOMAS BRADBERRY .


1823


A National Hospital for Sailors.


HENRY BASSETT ....


1825


A National Edifice adapted for the Royal






Academy, Royal Society, and the Society






of Antiquaries.


SAMUEL LOAT ....


1827


A National Gallery for Painting and Sculp-


WILLIAM GRELLIER .


1829


A British Senate House. t ture '


JOHN DAVIS PAINE .


1833


A Royal Exchange.


JOHN JOHNSON ....


1835


A Royal Palace.


EDWARD A. GIFFARD .


1837


A National Museum.



390 APPENDICES

GOLD MEDALLISTS IN ARCHITECTURE Continued.



NAME.



YEAR.



SPBJECT.



EDWARD FALKENER .
WILLIAM HINTON CAMPBELL
HENRY BAYLY GARLING .
ARTHUR EBDEN JOHNSON .
EDWARD RUMSEY
ARTHUR ALLOM .

JOHN ROBINSON .
RICHARD NORMAN SHAW .

Not awarded .

FRANCIS TRIMMER GOMPERTZ ,
ERNEST GEORGE .

THOMAS HENRY WATSON .
RICHARD PHEN SPIERS .
ALFRED RIDGE .
JOHN HUMPHREY SPANTON
HENRY L. FLORENCE .
WILLIAM GOLDSWORTHY DAVIE
Not awarded .
WILLIAM FRAME .
EDWARD CLARKE

FRANK T. BAGGALLAY



1839
1841
1843
1845
1847
1849

1851
1853

1855

1857
1859

1861
1863
1865
1867
1869
1871
1873

1875
1877

1879



A Cathedral Church.
A House of Lords and Commons.
A Music Hall and Royal Academy of Music.
A National Record Office.
A Cathedral Church.

A Royal Academy upon the Sile of the
present Building (in Trafalgar Square).



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