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ACADEMY.- Academies in England prior to the establishment
of the Royal Academy, i. 147, 148.

of the Incorporated Society of Artists - -causes of its
failure instrumental in contributing to the formation of the
Royal Academy, i. 152, 153.
Establishment of the Royal Academy, i. 187-

193.1

GENERAL INDEX.

Public dinner at the Royal Academy often peculiarly
interesting, i. 181,

183.

Removal of the Royal Academy to Somerset House,

i. 233.

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Misunderstanding of Sir Joshua with some of the
members of the Royal Academy. his resignation of the Pre-
sidency statements of this affair by Malone, Farrington, and
Northcote -facts connected with the subject — actual grounds
of Sir Joshua's resignation—letter from Sir Wm. Chambers
to Sir Joshua thanks of the Royal Academy unanimously vo-
ted to Sir Joshua -- final resolutions of the Council-deputation
of the members of the Academy to Sir Joshua- he resumes
the President's chair- complimentary effusions of the press on
the occasion, i. 249–256.

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the advantages of, i. 307, 308.
Academy Royal, observations on its foundation, i. 305, 306.
peculiar advantages of, i. 308.
Accident, how far favourable to Painters, ii. 56. 290. -to Artists,

197.

ii. 56.

Action, the principal requisite in a subject for History-Painting,
ii. 305. 317.

Affectation, a hateful quality, i. 362, 445.; ii. 323.

contrast to Simplicity, i. 445.

Agamemnon. See Timanthes.
Albert Durer. See D.

Allegorical Painting, defence of, i. 420. Some by Rubens con-
demned, ii. 144.

not adapted to Christian Churches, ii. 171.

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