Discourses Delivered at the Royal Academy

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"Johnson this year expressed great satisfaction at the publication of the first volume of ""Discourses to the Royal Academy"", by Sir Joshua Reynolds, whom he always considered as one of his literary school. Much praise indeed is due to those excellent ""Discourses"", which are so universally admired, and for which the authour received from the Empress of Russia a gold snuff-box, adorned with her profile in bas relief, set in diamonds; and containing what is infinitely more valuable, a slip of paper, on which are written with her Imperial Majesty"s own hand, the following words: ""Pour le Chevalier Reynolds en temoignage du contentement que j"ai ressentie a la lecture de ses excellens discours sur la peinture""."

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Originally published 1791. NOT UK RED Experience!!!

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Discourses Delivered at the Royal Academy

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Originally published 1791. NOT UK RED Experience!!!

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Accessed on 2019/11/17 01:45:44

Related place
Russia
Related person
Related text or manuscript
Life of Johnson
Related place
Russia
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