Category:Royal Academicians

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Members of the Royal Academy of Arts of London, England are known as Royal Academicians. The abbreviation RA is used after the Academician's name.

Founded in 1768, membership is limited to eighty full members, who may be painters, printmakers, sculptors, or architects, who are professionally active in Britain. The Academy's rules state that there must always be at least fourteen sculptors, twelve architects, and eight printmakers.

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