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The King's Pictures

Nature volume 158, pages 695696 (16 November 1946) | Download Citation



DURING thwitrfcerval between the two World Wars, thevloyal Academy added to its fame by a series exhibitions unsurpassed in the hist ray art. The Itanan Dutch, and other Exlrg ions are fresh in the minds of those who visited the Now that fighting has again ceased, the president and members are able, through the gracious kindness of His Majesty the King, to celebrate the return of more peaceful conditions with an exhibition in every way worthy of its great predecessors.

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