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Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2013 : a…

Summer Exhibition Illustrated 2013 : a Selection from the 245th Summer…

by Norman Ackroyd

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The Royal Academys popular Summer Exhibition has been an annual event since 1769. Today, around a thousand works are selected each year from over 10,000 entries. The exhibition includes paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, architectural design and models, and continues to be the largest open exhibition in the UK. First published in the 1870s, the Royal Academy Illustrated presents the highlights of each years show and is a fascinating barometer of changing artistic tastes. The books illustrations, which include a wide range of the works on display and installation shots of the galleries, together with an informative introduction, make the book an indispensable record of this most popular event.Exhibition catalogues and specific collections.… (more)

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