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Antoine Laurent Lavoisier

.... chemistry teacher. Both of these men were members of the Academie Royale des Sciences, or Royal Academy of Science. Lavoisier"tms ....

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Romantic Era

.... Goya served as director at the Royal Academy of Spain from 1795 to 1797. .... He established his artistic reputation and was later elected to the Royal Academy. ....

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The Lamb and the Tyger Analysi

.... Then, Blake entered the Royal Academy as an engraving student in 1779. 3 years later, he married a poor, illiterate girl named Catherine Boucher. ....

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henri becquerel

.... Henri was also a member of the Academia dei Lincei and of the Royal Academy of Berlin, amongst others. He was made an officer of the Legion of Honour in 1900. ....

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The Poet William Blake

The Poet William Blake. At the young age of ten William Blake entered a drawing school and studied at the school of the Royal Academy of Arts. ....

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Edwin Long

.... 12). He began his career as a portraitist and in his youth, he twice tried to enroll at the Royal Academy Schools. However, was ....

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George Grosz: Pointing a Finger at Beaurocracy

.... George Grosz, born in Berlin in 1893, was raised in Germany and attended the Royal Academy of Art in Dresden from 1911-1912. He ....

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The Romantic Period

.... musicians. In the arts, people were flocking to the Royal Academy of Arts in London to view paintings and sculptors. Fairs also ....

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William Blake: Sane or Mad?

.... an early age Blake was an apprentice to James Basire, an engraver, which encouraged Blake to enroll in his only formal schooling at the Royal Academy of Arts ....

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Winston Churchill

.... Churchill's later years were relatively calm. In 1958 the Royal Academy devoted its galleries to a retrospective one-man show of his work. ....

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Art of War for Goya

.... Competing unsuccessfully for a scholarship in 1763 and 1766 at the Royal Academy in Madrid to work with the Court Painter Francisco Bayeu, it wasn"tmt until ....

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picasso

.... He realized that the only way he could fulfill his dreams of revolutionizing painting was to attend Madrid"tms Royal Academy of San Fernando, which was well ....

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MARIJUANA The Controversial Drug

.... In 1839 Dr. WB O"tmShaugnessy, a respected member of the Royal Academy of Science, was one of the first in the medical profession to present the true facts ....

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The Victorian Era

.... Even though he had received a decent education, he felt very unsuccessful since his sister Frances was winning awards studying at The Royal Academy of Music ....

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Victorian Era

.... Even though he had received a decent education, he felt very unsuccessful since his sister Frances was winning awards studying at The Royal Academy of Music ....

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William Blake and The Romantic Period

.... At the age of ten he joined a drawing school and later studied for a short time at a prestigious art school, the Royal Academy of the Arts. ....

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Pablo Picasso

.... of a doctor, a nun, and a child at a sick woman's bed entitled "Science and Charity." In 1897 Picasso passed the entrance exam at the Royal Academy of San ....

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Winston Churchill2

.... In 1947, the Royal Academy accepted two of Churchill"tms paintings, and in 1948 the first volume of his The Second World War was published. ....

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Henri Becquerel

.... Among his other honors and awards were the Rumford Medal of the Royal Society in 1900, the Helmholtz Medal of the Royal Academy of Sciences of the US National ....

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three musketeers

.... a letter of introduction to his father"tms friend, Monsieur de Treville who was the captain of the musketeers, so he can be accepted in the Royal Academy. ....

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George Frideric Handel

.... In 1720-1728 he was the director of the Royal Academy of Music and a partner in the management of the King"tms Theatre in 1729-1734. ....

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William blake a hostory of

.... Following this he studied at the Royal Academy, and made a living from the age of twenty-two onwards as an engraver for Joseph Johnson, a famously radical ....

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Taoist paintings

.... The literati were amateurs who often disagreed with the styles fashionable at the royal academy and who produced their own distinctive landscapes. ....

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Venus at Vulcan

.... painter to the king. He became the director of the Royal Academy, and designer for the Royal Porcelain Works. Boucher"tms work also ....

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Art

.... into an academy was nothing more than an honorary recognition and between 1648 and 1706 only seven women managed to break into the Royal Academy (Stokstad- 950 ....

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Pablo Picasso

.... paint again. Pablo entered many fine arts schools and even entered The Royal Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. In October 1900 ....

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Soft Construction with boiled beans by Salvador DalÃ

.... his artwork. (Goff, 21) In October of 1921, DalA- left home to study at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in San Fernando. At first ....

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Comparison Art Essay: Picasso vs. de Kooning

.... By 1897 his talent was so exceptional that he was admitted to painting class at the Royal Academy of San Fernando in Madrid. After ....

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The Life of William Blake

.... After this time (1779), he enrolled at the Royal Academy but rebelled against the doctrines of its dominating president, Sir Joshua Reynolds. ....

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A Society

.... objects of life were to produce good people and good books." From now on, I find myself in some British Museum for they want to visit the Royal Academy and the ....

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