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We will be open to Friends of the RA from Thursday 9 July, and to the public from 16 July. Find out more and plan your visit.

  • James Finch is the RA’s Curatorial Assistant.


    • Learn about landscape in a short course

      The history of landscape in six acts

      In this six-week art history and theory course, art-world experts and international scholars offer a unique perspective on the history of the depiction of landscape in art – from its origins in the Renaissance to the modern day, across a range of themes including forests, seascapes, gardens, deserts and cities.

      The course is suitable for all levels of experience, for individuals with a willingness to be open minded and enjoy a challenging mix of art-historical knowledge and learning.

      John Constable RA (1776 – 1837) , Seascape Study: Boat and Stormy Sky (detail)

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