Royal Society of British Artists
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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.
The RBA commenced with twenty-seven members, and took until 1876 to reach fifty. Artists wishing to resign were required to give three months' notice and pay a fine of £100. The RBA's first two exhibitions were held in 1824, with one or two exhibitions held annually thereafter.
The RBA currently has 115 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 in Suffolk Street. Queen Victoria granted the Society the Royal Charter in 1887.
- John Noble Barlow
- Wyke Bayliss
- Edmund Blampied
- Henry John Boddington
- Estella Canziani
- David Carpanini
- Albert Henry Collings
- Ralph Hedley
- Hayley Lever
- Michael Wagmuller
- Cyril Edward Power
- Stanley Royle
- Barbara Tate
- Edward Seago
- James Whistler
- Christopher Williams
- James John Hill
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