With its shiny, glass-enclosed displays and giant video screens, London’s Royal Academy of Music’s flagship museum, The London Academy of Art, is a wonderland of the past.
And with its exhibition of 19th-century artists, the Royal Academy’s collection of artworks is as vast as the city’s.
And now, after being on display for a year, the museum has finally opened.
It’s a new kind of museum.
Its latest exhibit, “The Art of Painting: A Journey from Sculpture to Paint”, opens Thursday, May 23 at the Royal Arts Centre.
This is the fifth exhibit of the exhibition.
“This exhibition is a work in progress,” said Paul Brink, the curator of the Royal Museum.
The exhibition features more than 1,000 works of art from the Royal collection and from British and international artists, including Claude Monet, Henri Matisse, Paul Gauguin, Alexander Calder, Pablo Picasso, and Louis XIV.
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Sign up nowFor some of the works featured in the exhibition, the artist(s) have been identified by their identity cards.
Some were originally made for the museum and others have been created for private use.
There are some works that are made in public and some that are not.
They were chosen for the purpose of this exhibition because they have a very particular, specific function in relation to the work of the artist, Brink said.
In addition to the artists, there are also works by a range of other British artists, from the late 19th century British painter William Burroughs, to the Dutch painter Georges Braque, to an early 20th century American artist and filmmaker, Walter Silliman.
Brink said the exhibition is also designed to “create a sense of continuity with the period of the museum’s existence, and to celebrate the achievements of these great artists.”
It will include a retrospective of some of these artists, with an introduction by British artist Andy Warhol.
It is also a celebration of the work that has gone into making this museum, which opened in 2003.
There will be a show of the collection of works that have been brought here from all over the world, including from Germany, Japan, China, Italy, and South Africa.
You can visit the museum at: Royal Academy of Arts Centre, The Royal Arts, London, WC2H 2ZG Opening times for the exhibition will be 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday, May 17.
Tickets are £11 for adults, £8 for children under five, and free for those with children.
For more information, visit www.royalmuseum.org.uk or call 020 7323 8600.