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Academic annals ; published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts 1804-5 ; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare, Secretary for Foreign Correspondence to the Royal Academy

Prince Hoare

RA Collection: Book

Record number

12/945

Author

Variant Title

Half-title: Academic Annals
Spine title: Academic Annals - Hoare

Imprint

London: B. McMillan, Bow-Street, Covent Garden, printer to the Royal Academy; sold at the Royal Academy; also by J. White, Fleet-Street; T. Payne, Mews-Gate; and J. Harding, St. James's Street, 1805

Physical Description

viii, 75 p. 256 mm.

Series Title

Academic Annals

Contents

Transactions from the Royal Academy, from the exhibition of 1803 to that of 1804. -- Continuation of ditto to the exhibition of 1805. -- Letter from the Secretary of the National Academy of Milan, with an account of the premiums proposed by that institution. -- Statutes and disciplinary plan of the National Academy of Milan. -- Letter from Mr. Füger at Vienna, giving a farther account of the state of Mr. Zauner's equestrian statue, in bronze, of the Emperor Joseph II. -- Brief account of that statue, and of the method used in casting it. -- Extract from a discourse delivered by Mr. de Labzin in the Imperial Academy of St. Petersburg, respecting the progress of encouragement given to the artists in Russia. -- Letter from the secretary of the Academy of St. Ferdinand at Madrid, giving an account of the present state of the arts in Spain. -- Account of the establishment of the Royal Academy of St. Ferdinand. -- Prizes distributed by the Academy of St. Ferdinand at the triennial meeting of 1802. -- Account of the historical works, from the sacred writings and other histories, painted for His Majesty by Benjamin West, President of the Royal Academy. -- Farther account of public monuments and other works in sculpture, executed in England since the institution of the Royal Academy. -- List of members of the Royal Academy, 1804. -- Ditto, 1805

Binding Note

First copy bound together with second copy of Academic annals of painting sculpture & architecture, published by authority of the Royal Academy of Arts, 1805-6, 1807, 1808-9; collected and arranged by Prince Hoare. London: B. McMillan, 1809. [15/3646], in 20th-century red buckram. Spine lettered: Academic Annals - Hoare.
Second copy in blue paper covers.

Name as Subject

Contributors

Buchanan McMillan, printer
Thomas Payne, bookseller
John Harding, bookseller
John White, bookseller
Giuseppe Bossi, contributor
Heinrich Friedrich Füger, contributor
Isidoro Bosarte, contributor
A. De Labzin, contributor
Benjamin West PRA, contributor
Royal Academy of Arts (London)