John Constable's The Leaping Horse is the latest work to star in the 'Masterpiece a Month' exhibition, celebrating 200 years of the Dulwich Picture Gallery.Read more
Research Curator Helena Bonett of the Royal Academy's Library and Collections department shines a light on one of the hidden treasures of the Royal Academy's Collections.Read more
The summer of 2012 has been an exciting moment, almost an archaeological one, at the Royal Academy Schools. A large collection of plaster casts of architectural elements – assembled in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries for teaching purposes, and now forming part of the Royal Academy’s significant cast collection – was revealed from behind panels in the First Year Studios.Read more
The catalogues of the Royal Academy’s ‘Winter Exhibitions’ from their inception in 1870 to 1939 have been digitised and made available to search and browse online via the RA Collections website. The RA's Adam Waterton introduces some of his favourite finds.Read more
In this video, Rebecca Lodge of Burgh House takes us on a stroll across Hampstead Heath and explains how this pocket of countryside just a stone's through from the city was so important in Constable's life and work. All of the oil sketches featured in the video are from the Royal Academy's Collections.Read more
One of the treasures of the Royal Academy Collections is now on display in a new exhibition at the Chateau of Fontainebleau near Paris.Read more
RA Magazine's blog is compiled by members of the editorial team plus invited guest bloggers from the Royal Academy and beyond. Get in touch here.