The Royal Academy of Arts, academy of fine arts, founded by George III in 1768, brings together the works of great British artists.
The Royal Academy of Arts is famous for its summer exhibitions and has for some years now displayed permanent collections in the John Madejski room. It includes works by major British artists such as Reynolds, Turner and Constable. This art school has long been considered as one of the only visual art schools in the country and its 60 students display their work biannually.
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