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Remarks on the expediency of delaying the proposed grant in Parliament for the erection of a new Royal Academy, until its regulations and views are so far reformed and enlarged as to render it effective of the great purposes of a national institution of the fine arts, and worthy of the national bounty.
London, 1826.
14, [2] p. ; 18.5 cm. (8°)

Signed at the end: 'An Observer.' Final leaf blank. This is probably the earliest of many subsequent attempts to apply political pressure on the Academy to widen its membership and make its elections fairer.

Copy Notes Bound in a volume of pamphlets.

Binding C20th dark blue binder's cloth boards.

Reference Number 3134


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