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Strange, Robert, Sir, 1721-1792, An inquiry into the rise and establishment of the Royal Academy of Arts , MDCCLXXV 
An inquiry into the rise and establishment of the Royal Academy of Arts : to which is prefixed a letter to the Earl of Bute / by Robert Strange, member of the Royal Academy of Painting at Paris, of the academies of Rome, Florence, Bologna, Professor of the Royal Academy at Parma, &c.
- London : Printed for E. and C. Dilly, in the Poultry, J. Robson, New Bond Street, and J. Walter, Charing Cross, MDCCLXXV 
- Physical Description:
- vi, , 141,  pages ; 19 cm (8vo)
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsN12 R7 S9 copy 1Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- BAC: British Art Center has two copies: Copy 1 is bound with copy 2 of: A descriptive catalogue of a collection of pictures, selected from the Roman, Florentine, Lombard, Venetian, Neapolitan, Flemish, French and Spanish schools / collected by Robert Strange. London, 1769. Copy 2 has the bookplate of Frederick Whiley Hilles.
BAC: Bound by hand by Wickwar, London. (Copy 1)
BEIN 2022 1412: 18 cm. Bound with a 12-page manuscript copy of a review of the book, signed A. B., from the Morning Post of 19 July 1775, in an 18th-century hand.
Final page blank.
English short title catalogue, T13021
- Subject Terms:
- Hilles, Frederick Whiley, 1900- -- Bookplate.Royal Academy of Arts (Great Britain)
- Annotations (Provenance) -- 18th century.
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