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As restrictions ease, the of visitors to the RA is increasing. Find out what plans are in place to make your visit safe and comfortable. Photographer: Paul Highnam. This image is not available to download. To licence this image for commercial purposes, contact our Picture Library at picturelibrary royalacademy. This plaster is probably the plaster model for the marble group Gibson executed for Henry Sandbach, Hafodundas in My eye had been caught by a big boy holding a dog by the collar at the moment the animal was about to fly at an object. In this I saw a composition which impressed me.
I carried it off in my memory, and made a small model in clay. It was ordered by Mr Sandbach to be executed the size of life. This statue I studied with great care, being anxious to make it my best work. I had then a very fine model in the prime of his youth, and his proportion correct; besides having this young man, I went often to contemplate the casts from the Elgin marbles at the academy of St.
We went for walkies through our Collection and found a pack of misfit mutts, and perfect pooches depicted by artists across the centuries. In this edition we put on our dancing shoes to tap, twirl and stomp our way from antiquity to today. To celebrate our Collection going on display for the first time, we asked our Professor of Ancient Literature, Mary Beard, to tell us the stories behind some of her favourite pieces inspired by classical myths — from Hercules and Venus to lesser-known gods, nymphs and cyclopes.
Our Collection is a record of them. Start exploring. Your device is not optimal for everything we want to show Related articles. Search the RA Collection. When should this exhibition be published?Naked Gibsons
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