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A Marine Palace.

A Military College in Honour of the Duke
of Wellington.

An Edifice for the Exhibition of the Works
of Art, Science, and Industry.

A National Gallery.

A Grand Hotel in the heart of a Metro-
politan City.

An Exchange for a large Commercial City.

A Hall and Staircase for a Royal Palace.

A Hall of Science and Art.

A National Portrait Gallery.

A Theatre.

A Building for Learned Societies.

A Public Gymnasium.

A Nobleman's Town House.

A House of Legislature for a Great Colonial
Capital.

A Baptistery.



GOLD MEDALLISTS AND TRAVELLING STUDENTS
IN ARCHITECTURE



NAME.


YEAR.


SUBJECT.


JAMES HOWARD INCE .


1881


A Casino or Club for an Inland Watering
Place.


EDWIN GEORGE HARDY


1883


An Academy of Arts.


THOMAS MACLAREN .


1885


A Corner House in a Street or Square, so
Planned and Lighted as to allow of the
proper placing of Pictures, Sculpture,
and other Works of Art.


ROBERT WEIR SCHULTZ


1887


A Railway Terminus.


Not awarded ....


1889


Public Baths.



APPENDIX VII



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ARCHITECTURE Continued.



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SUBJICT.


ALFRED HENRY HART


1891


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to the proper Placing and Lighting of
Pictures, Sculpture, and other Works of
Art, but not to contain a Picture Gallery.


JAMES S. STEWART


1893


A Provincial Town Hall.


PlETER RODECK ....


1895


A Town Church, the Plan to be in the form
of a Greek Cross.


ARCHIBALD H. CHRISTIE .


1897


A Nobleman's Country House.


HORACE CHAS. HIDE .


1899


A Public School for 200 Boys.


BERNARD HUGH WEBB


1901


A Town Hall for one of the new London
Borough Councils.


LIONEL UPPERTON GRACE .


1903


A Domed Church.



TURNER (LANDSCAPE) GOLD MEDALLISTS AND SCHOLARS

For an account of the institution of these Medals and Scholarships, the latter of
which were not added till 1881, see page 226.



NAME.


YEAR.


SUBJECT.


NEVIL OLIVER LUPTON


1857


An English Landscape.


FRANK WALTON ....


1863


An English Landscape.


MARMADUKE A. LANGDALE


1865


A Sea Piece on the British Coast.


FREDERICKTREVELYAN GOODALL


1867


Autumn.


WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE .


1869


Coast Scene, after a Storm Dawn.


ALFRED FITZWALTER GRACE


1871


Early Morning.


ERNEST ALBERT WATERLOW


1873


A Land Storm.


JAS. H. DA VIES ....


1875


" Under the opening eyelids of the Morn."
MILTON'S Lycidas.


ALLEN C. SEALY ....


1877


The Skirts of a Wood ; Storm coming on.


HENRY GIBBS ....


1879


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Good things of day begin to droop and
drowse." Macbeth, iii. 2.


ROBERT OCTAVIUS RICKATSON .


1883


" Calm and deep peace on this high wold,
And on these dews that drench the furze,
And all the silvery gossamers
That twinkle into green and gold."
TENNYSON, In Memoriam, xi.


CHARLES ALEXANDER WILKINSON


1885


The Mountain of Clouds. The Story of
Hassan of El Bosrah.
A rabian Nights, Lane's Ed., chap. xxv.


ARTHUR TREVETHIN NOWELL .


1887


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URSULA WOOD ....


1889


Morning ; " Hail Smiling Morn."



392 APPENDICES

TURNER GOLD MEDALLISTS AND SCHOLARS Continued.



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INDEX



[Only the Names of those Members of the Academy of whom an account is given in this
volume are included in the Index. The others will be found in the different
Appendices.]



Academic Annals, Prince Hoare's, 180
A cademic Correspondence, Prince Hoare's, 1 80
Academicians, the form of diploma given
to, 31; the "obligation" signed by,
44 ; establishment of honorary retired
Academicians, 265, 316 ; the filling of
vacancies amongst, 1 10 ; list of, from
1768 to 1904, 352-359
Academicianship, tlu admission of en-
gravers to, 297, 327

Academy, Royal, the proposals for the
establishment of, 8 ; the germ of, 9 ;
students of, II ; original members of, 12,
84, 346; formal foundation of, 12 ; first
public assembly of, 13 ; becomes self-
supporting, 29 ; relation of the sovereign
to, 12, 13 ; first executive officers of,
44 ; the Coun ;il of, 45 ; the Keeper-
ship of, to., 365; the Librarianship of, to.,
366 ; the Secretaryship of, ib., 364 ; the
Treasurership of, to., 179, 365 ; the
Visitors in the Schools of, ib., 52 ; the
system of education in, to. ; the first Pro-
fessors of, 56 ; duties of the Professors,
59 ; diplomas given to the Professors,
60 ; penalties for non-exhibiting in,
88 ; candidates for election to, 1 10 ;
the finances of, to., 177 ; dispute between
the Council and General Assembly of,
172 ; the charity fund of, 177 ; pen-
sions given by, to., 178; founding of
the Professorship of Sculpture in, 179;
period of studentship in, ib. ; estab-
lishment of varnishing days in, ib. ;
annual reports of, 181 ; asked to prepare
drawings and models for coinage, 184;
resolution on lectures of Professors,
233; honorary officers of, 313; the



first official dinner of, 313 ; removal of
to Trafalgar Square, 320 ; number of
works allowed to be sent in by each
exhibitor, 325 ; the Instrument creating
the Academy, 345-351 ; list of Presidents
of, 364 ; list of Secretaries of, ib. ; list of
Keepers of, 365 ; list of Treasurers of, ib.
list of Librarians of, 366 ; lists of Pro-
fessors in, 366-368 ; Honorary Members
of, 368-369 ; list of diploma works de-
posited in, 370-376 ; of pictures and
statuary in, other than diploma works,
377-382 ; of works in the Gibson gallery,
381 ; silver plate possessed by, ib. ; the
library of, 382 ; list of students who have
obtained gold medals and travelling
studentships, 383-392

Academy Dinner, the first official, 313 ;
roll of guests invited to, 314 ; speech
of H.R.H. the Prince Consort at, 340

"Achilles Statue," Sir R. Westmacott's,
261

Adam, the brothers, persuade Antonio
Zucchi to come to England, 156

"Ajax defending the dead body of
Patroclus," Stothard's, 197

Alderson, Amelia, marriage of to John
Opie, 142

Algarotti, 92

"Allegory of the Battle of Waterloo,"
James Ward's, 258

Allston, Washington, A., parentage of, 301 ;
pictures by, ib. ; Life and Letters of, 302

Anatomy, list of Professors of, 367

Anecdotes of Painters, Edwards's, 1 60

Anecdotes of Painters in Spain, Richard
Cumberland's, 23

Anecdotes of Painting, Walpole's, 153



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INDEX



Angerstein Collection, the, purchase of, 311

Antiquaries of the Academy, list of, 369

"Apollo," Turner's, 214

Architecture, list of Professors of, 367

Arnald, George, A., parentage of, 299 ;
his " Battle of the Nile," ib.

Art, in the eighteenth century, I, 6;
origin of, in England, 3, 5 ; school of,
in St Martin's Lane, 7 ; new phase of,
in England at the beginning of the nine-
teenth century, 169

Art of Painting, Du Fresnoy's, 124, 189

Artists' Benevolent Fund, the, founding
of, 311

Artists' General Benevolent Institution,
the, founding of, 311

Artists, the Free Society of, 10

Artists, the Incorporated Society of, 10 ;
seceders from, u

Arts, the Fine, government recognition of,

3li

Associate-Engravers, resolution to institute
a class of, 112 ; first election of, 113

Associates, the Institution of, HO ; diploma
of, in; minimum number of, 112 ;
first election of, 113 ; the number elected
under the Presidency of Sir Joshua
Reynolds, 114, 151 ; list of Associates
who have not become Academicians,
360-363

Audinet, Philip, 106

Autobiographical Recollections, Leslie's, 255,
326

BACON, John, R.A., 42 ; monuments by,
132

Bacon, Sir Nathaniel, 3

Baily, Edward Hodges, R.A., birth and
parentage of, 315 ; art education of, 316 ;
statues and bas-reliefs by, ib. ; necessities
of, ib. ; death, 317

Baker, John, R.A., 101

Bank of England, Sir John Soane's design
of the N.W. corner of, 232

Banks, Thomas, R.A., 39 ; appointed to the
committee to consider the charge against
Barry, 128; birth of, 136; studies in
Rome, 137; goes to Russia, ib. ;
pictures by, 137, 138; monuments by,
in St Paul's, 138 ; his character, ib.

Barret, George, R.A., 101 ; his work on
Gilpin's picture, 200

Barretti, Joseph, 313

Barry, James, R.A., ambition of, 122 ; birth
of, ib. ; character of, 122, 126 ; befriended
by Burke, 123 ; Allan Cunningham's
opinion of, ib. ; qualities possessed
by, 127 ; high opinion entertained of
his talents by Reynolds, 123, 127 ;
his decoration of St Paul's Cathedral



and the hall of the Society of Arts,
127; his picture of the "Death of
Wolfe," ib. ; is elected Professor of
Painting, ib. ; insults the President and
members, 128 ; the charges against him,
ib. ; his expulsion and death, 129, 171

Bartolozzi, Francesco, R.A., birth and
parentage of, 84 ; his reputation as an
engraver, 85 ; his death, ib. ; his friend-
ship with Cipriani, ib.

" Battle of La Hogue," West's, 190

"Battle of Waterloo," A. Cooper's, 290;
G. James's, 320

" Battle of the Nile," Arnald's, 299

" Bay of Baise," J. M. W. Turner's, 214

Beaumont, Sir George, extends his patron-
age to Wilkie, 252 ; to John Jackson,
281 ; to John Constable, 332

Beechey, Sir William, R.A., 200 ; Owen's
indictment of, 240

" Benaiah," Etty's, 332

Bentham, Jeremy, Pickersgill's portrait of,
328

Bicknell, Miss, 334

Bigg, William Redmore, R.A., 268 ; works
by, 273 ; death, ib.

" Bird-Catchers," William Collins's, 291

Bird, Edward, R.A., parentage and art
education of, 273 ; works by, ib. ; death,

275

" Blind Fiddler, The," Wilkie's, 252

Bloxam, D.D., Rev. j. R., 309

" Boa-Constrictor seizing a Horse," James
Ward's, 258

Bone, Henry, R.A., parentage and art
education of, 266 ; his "Sleeping Girl,"
266 ; enamels by, 266, 267 ; appointed
enamel painter to the Prince of Wales
and George III., 267 ; death, ib.

Bonomi, Joseph, A., election of, as an
Associate, 37, 166 ; his talents, 166

Book of Emblems, Jacob Gatz's, 15

Bookof Kells, the, 116

Booth, Sophia Caroline, 224

Bourgeois, Sir F., R.A., appointed on the
committee to consider the charges against
Barry, 128 ; suspended from the Council,
172 ; founds the Dulwich picture gallery,
182, 195 ; parentage of, 194 ; his work,

195
"Boy and Rabbit," Sir H. Raeburn's,

276
Boydell, Alderman, his " Shakespeare

Gallery," 136, 143 ; purchase of his

Gallery in Pall Mall for the "British

Institution," 181
"Boys at Breakfast," William Collins's,

291

"Boys Fishing," Mulready's, 278
" Boys relieving a Blind Man," Bigg's, 273



INDEX



401



"Boys with a Bird's Nest," William

Collins's, 291
Brandt, Angelica Kauffman's secret

marriage with, 93
Bray's, Mrs, Life of Stothard, 196
British Institution, the, foundation of,

181

British Museum, the, 263
Bromley, William, A.E., 302
Browne, John, A.E., his chief works, 152
Buchan, Earl of, sets on foot a subscription

for Barry, 129
" Building of Carthage, The," J. M. W.

Turner's, 214
Burch, Edward, R.A., appointed Librarian,

1 14 ; death, ib.
Burke, Edmund, effect on, of Sir Joshua

Reynolds' death, 20 ; friendship with

James Barry, 123 ; letters to Barry, 125
Burr, Margaret, 72
Byrne, John, 297

CALLCOTT, Sir Augustus Wall, R.A.,
parentage of, 247 ; his landscapes, 248 ;
marriage of, 249 ; is knighted, ib. ; death
of, ib.

Callcott, John Wall, 247

Canot, Pierre Charles, A.E., birth of, 152 ;
engravings by, ib.

Canova, J. Jackson's portrait of, 282

" Caractacus," Howard's, 242

Carlini, Agostino, R.A., elected Keeper, 86 ;
statues by, 86

Carlisle, Lord, writes to Sir Joshua Rey-
nolds on his resignation of the Presi-
dency, 42 ; acts as one of Sir Joshua
Reynolds' pall-bearers, 168

Catalogues of the Exhibitions, 180

Catton, Charles, R.A., on the committee to
request Sir Joshua Reynolds to withdraw
his resignation, 42 ; birth of, 102 ; ap-
pointed coach-painter to George III., ib.

" Ceres Disconsolate for the Loss of Proser-
pine," R. Cook's, 317

Chalon, Alfred Edward, R.A., parentage of,
279 ; founds the Sketching Club with
his brother, J. J. Chalon, 280; his
" Memorials," ib. ; his portrait of Queen
Victoria, 281 ; his death, ib.

Chalon, J. J., R.A., 280

Chamberlin, Mason, R.A., becomes a pupil
of Francis Hayman, 102 ; his portrait of
Dr Wm. Hunter, ib. ; his art, 169

Chambers, Sir William, R.A., his part in
the inception of the Royal Academy, 28,
46 ; his attitude on the question of filling
the Chair of Perspective's ; his opposition
to the grant of money towards a monu-
ment to Johnson in St Paul's, 43 ; early
life of, 47 ; publishes works on Chinese



Architecture, ib. ; his Dissertation on
Oriental Gardening, ib. ; his connection
with the court, ib. ; appointments held
by, 48 ; his Treatise on Civil Architecture^
ib. ; death and burial of, 49

Chambers, Thomas, A.E., birth of, 152 ;
drowns himself, 153

Chantrey, Sir Francis Legatt, R.A., parent-
age of, 283 ; his first commission, ib. ;
marries Miss Wale, ib. ; bust exhibited
by him, 284 ; patronage enjoyed by, ib.
his "Sleeping Children," ib. ; statues
by, ib. ; appointed Trustee, 285 ; his
death and will, ib.

Chantrey Bequest, the, 285-288 ; list of
works purchased under the terms of,
393-398

Chaplains to the Academy, list of, 368

Charity Fund, 177

Charles I., Le Sueur's statue of, 284

Chemistry, Professorship of, 59 ;' list of
Professors, 367

" Chevy Chase," Bird's, 274

"Children of Charles B. Calmady,"
Lawrence's, 309

" Christ healing the Sick," West's, 190

"Christ crowned with Thorns," Hilton's,
289

Chodowiecky, 196

"Choosing the Wedding Gown," Mul-
ready's, 279

Cipriani, Giovanni Battista, R.A., manages
the Duke of Richmond's gallery of anti-
quities, 9 ; his design for the head-
piece of the diploma, 31 ; his friend-
ship with Bartolozzi, 85 ; birth and
death of, 86 ; his designs for gold
and silver medals presented to prize
winners in the Academy schools, ib.

Clarke, Theophilus, A., 297

Classic Revivalism, wave of, 263

" Cleopatra's Arrival at Cilicia," Etty's, 330

Clint, George, A., birth and parentage, 337 ;
resignation I of Associateship, ib.\ his op-
position to the Academy, 338 ; his death,
ib.

Coleridge, Allston's portrait of, 301

Collins, Samuel, 150

Collins, William, R.A., parentage, 291 ;
receives the advice of George Morland,
ib. ; awarded a silver medal, ib. ; pictures
by, ib. ; his pecuniary affairs, 292 ;
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