4 edition of Records of the founding of the Royal Canadian Academy found in the catalog.
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Rows The title of Royal Canadian Academy of Arts was received from Queen Victoria on 16 July The Governor General of Canada, the Marquess of Lorne, was its first painter Lucius O’Brien was its first President.
The objects of the Academy as stated in the publication of the organization's constitution were three-fold. First - the institution of a National Gallery at the Abbreviation: RCA. Records of the Founding of the Royal Canadian Academy by His Excellency the Marquis of Lorne and Her Royal Highness the Princess Louise, (Classic Reprint) [Arts, Royal Canadian Academy of] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.
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Publication date Topics Argyll, John Douglas Sutherland, Campbell, Duke of, Pages: With: Annual exhibition of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, and Ontario Society of Artists, held in the Educational Museum, Toronto: catalogue. Toronto: T.
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[Royal Canadian Academy of Arts.]. RECORDS OF THE FOUNDING of the Royal Canadian Academy BY HIS EXCELLENCY THE MARQUIS OF LORNE, AND HER ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS LOUISE. Note: This text was originally published in the Ontario Society of Artists Exhibition catalogue in INDEX.
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On Jthe Canadian Academy was given permission by Queen Victoria to use the prefix ‘Royal’. Two years later on the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts was officially incorporated by an act of Parliament. Founding of the National Gallery and its Collection.
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