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Question 1:
When was Royal Academy established?

Question 2:

Question 3: These are of the highest quality, comparable to those at the National Gallery, the Tate Gallery and leading art galleries outside the ________.
United KingdomEnglandCanadaWales

Question 4: The Royal Academy was initially housed in cramped quarters in Pall Mall although in 1771 it was accorded temporary accommodation for its Library and Schools in Old ________, then a royal palace.
British MuseumSomerset HouseImperial War MuseumVictoria and Albert Museum

Question 5: ________ (1863; President 1896)
Pre-Raphaelite BrotherhoodJohn Everett MillaisDante Gabriel RossettiJohn Ruskin

Question 6: ________ (1800; Professor of Sculpture 1810–1826)
Victoria and Albert MuseumEnglandJohn FlaxmanLondon

Question 7: ________ (1790; Academy professor of painting 1799–1803, 1810–1824; Academy Keeper 1803–1810?)
Joseph Johnson (publisher)Henry FuseliMary ShelleyAnalytical Review

Question 8: Sir ________ (1768; President 1768–1792)
Samuel JohnsonJoshua ReynoldsJames BoswellCharles Burney

Question 9: The Academy moved in 1837 to ________, where it occupied the east wing of the recently completed National Gallery (designed by another Academician, William Wilkins).
United KingdomEnglandTrafalgar SquareSt Martin-in-the-Fields

Question 10: In 1780 it was installed in purpose-built apartments on the Strand front of New ________, which had been designed by Sir William Chambers, the Academy's first treasurer.
Victoria and Albert MuseumSomerset HouseRoyal AcademyBritish Museum

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