Wakefield, Yorkshire, England: EP Publishing Limited, 1978. Hardbound. VG clean, tight contents but art school ex-lib. with usual marks. Coffee splash along closed front edge, not affecting page faces.. Bright red cloth/boards. Gilt lettering. Beige dj with olive/black lettering. Mylar cover. 269 pp. with no illus. Founded in December 1768, the Royal Academy of London held its first annual summer exhibition of works by living artists the following year. Nowadays, approximatelly 10,000 works are submitted annually for exhibition, of which some 1,500 are actually exhibited. This reference lists architects, artists, engravers, painters, sculptors, etc. by surname (with address) and a list (by year) of their works exhibited. (Inventory #: 156988)
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