This Gallery belongs to a private exhibition hall, where teachers'works are often exhibited. There are many authentic works of top masters, including Van Gogh's self-portraits, etc. The architecture of the Academy of Fine Arts is also very beautiful. It's a typical Gothic architecture. It's very big. It's no problem to spend two or three hours in it.
Matisse in the Studio went to the mysterious day of my heart and watched a fee-paying exhibition, so I can stop eating. Ha ha ha
From glassware to jewelry to postcards, almost all the goods here are made around the contents of this gallery. For example, the surrounding products of David Hockney's long-standing exhibition. Postcards can also be selected or mailed directly to relatives and friends.
love love love and not far from the hustle and bustle of regents street. I tend to escape to here whilst others flock toward the shopping Mecca.
Huge, historic, gorgeous building that houses a permanent collection and some great exhibitions.
After arriving at the Royal Academy of Art, you can enjoy a simple lunch in the basement cafe and then watch the exhibition. There are eleven rooms to visit. The lecture hall is open for viewing on the first weekend of each month, but this space is usually open only to lecturers.
I attended an Anish Kapoor exhibit here in 2010 that was mind blowing. The exhibit was based around huge volumes of wax. In one room, there were canons that shot the crimson colored wax against a wall, and it then fell onto a huge pile. In another room there was huge blocks of wax on conveyor belts. This isn't saying much about the Royal Academy or Arts itself, but what it does say is that the place is home to some mind blowing art exhibits. I imagine that most of what they host is worth your time. The old buildings themselves are interesting enough to look at as well.