Associate of the Royal Academy

Associate of the Royal Academy

An Associate of the Royal Academy is a practising artist who has been elected as a member of the Royal Academy, an art institution based in London, England. Holders are entitled to use the designation A.R.A. after their names.

External links

* [ Official Royal Academy website]

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