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ROYAL IRISH INSTITUTION FOR PROMOTING THE FINE ARTS IN IRELAND
Royal Irish Institution, founded 24th June, 1813. The prospectus, rules and regulations, and a list of the subscribers to the Royal Irish Institution, for Promoting the Fine Arts; together with the report of the committee for the year ending 24th June, 1814.
Dublin: printed by Graisberry & Campbell, 1814.
29, [1] p. ; 17.5 cm. (12º)

The Royal Irish Institution for Encouraging the Fine Arts in Ireland was founded in 1813 as the outcome of a public meeting held in the Rotunda on the 4th of June, with the object of stimulating Irish artists by exhibiting the works of the old masters and by establishing an Academy in Dublin, eventually resulting in the foundation of the Royal Hibernian Academy in 1823.

Binding C20th green book-cloth, spine gilt-lettered 'Royal Institution'. Bound (3) with The charter, Act of Parliament and bye laws of the Royal Institution of Great Britain for 1810 (q.v.) and The charter and bye-laws of the Royal Institution for 1807 (q.v.).

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