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The Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) is a British art body established in 1823 as the Society of British Artists, as an alternative to the Royal Academy.

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History

The RBA has 110 elected members who participate in an annual exhibition currently held at the Mall Galleries in London. The Society's previous gallery was a building designed by John Nash (architect) in Suffolk Street. Queen Victoria granted the Society the Royal Charter in 1887.

It is one of the 9 member societies that form the Federation of British Artists which administers the Mall Galleries, next to Trafalgar Square.

Its records 1823–1985 are in the Victoria and Albert Museum.[1]

Prominent Members

Presidents

Notes and references

  1. ^ "Painting and drawing in the archives", V&A. Retrieved 16 February 2007

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