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a society founded in 1768 by George III of England for the establishment of a school of design and the holding of an annual exhibition of the works of living artists.
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Royal Academy

noun
a society founded by George III in 1768 to foster a national school of painting, sculpture, and design in EnglandFull name: Royal Academy of Arts
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