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Discourse Delivered To The Students Of The Royal Academy; On The Distribution of the Prizes, December 10, 1879. (-1893.) By Sir Frederick Leighton, P.R.A.
London:: Printed by Wm. Clowes & Sons, Stamford Street And Charing Cross, Printers To The Royal Academy., 1879. (-1893.)
8 vols. in one; 262 mm. (Quarto.)
Vol. I: 28 p. - Vol. II: 24 p. - Vol. III: 26 p. - Vol. IV: 31,  p. - Vol. V: 33,  p. - Vol. VI: 36 p. - Vol. VII: 38 p. - Vol. VIII: 39,  p.
All eight vols. have the same format: [T.p., dedic.] - [Text].
Each discourse is dedicated by the author to the Members of the Royal Academy of Arts.
J.A. Kestner, 'Constructing the Renaissance: Leighton and Pater', in Journal of Pre-Raphaelite studies, n.s. II (1993), p.1-15; S. Jones, 'Attic attitudes: Leighton and aesthetic philosophy', in History today (1987 June), p.31-7; Victorian High Renaissance [exhibition catalogue] (1978).
Lord Leighton was elected President of the Royal Academy on 10 December 1878. This collection contains his Presidential discourses for the years 1879, 1881, 1883, 1885, 1887, 1889, 1891 and 1893.
20th-century half black calf, blue cloth-covered boards; red morocco spine-label lettered 'Presidents Discourses 1879 To 1895'.
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