Royal Academy of Arts (London). Professor of Painting

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Barry, James, R.A.,   A Letter To The Dilettanti Society, Respecting The Obtention of certain Matters essentially necessary for the Improvement of Public Taste, and for accomplishing the original Views of the Royal Academy Of Great-Britain. By James Barry, Esq. R.A. Professor Of Painting To The Royal Academy. - The Second Edition. - With An Appendix, Respecting the Matters lately agitated between the Academy and the Professor of Painting. - - London: [1799]   
Phillips, Thomas, R.A.   Lectures On The History And Principles Of Painting. By Thomas Phillips, Esq. R.A. F.R.S. & F.S.A. Late Professor Of Painting In The Royal Academy. - [Epigraph] - - London: 1833.   
Howard, Henry, R.A.   A Course Of Lectures On Painting, Delivered At The Royal Academy Of Fine Arts. By Henry Howard, Esq., R.A., Secretary And Trustee, And Professor Of Painting To The Royal Academy. Edited, With A Memoir Of The Author, By Frank Howard, Author of the "Spirit of Shakespeare," the "Sketcher's Manual," "Colour as a means of Art," the "Science of Drawing," &c. &c. &c. - London: 1848.   
Opie, John, R.A.   Lectures On Painting, Delivered At The Royal Academy Of Arts: With A Letter On The Proposal For A Public Memorial Of The Naval Glory Of Great Britain. By The Late John Opie, Esq. Professor In Painting To The Royal Academy. To Which Are Prefixed, A Memoir By Mrs. Opie, And Other Accounts Of Mr. Opie's Talents And Character. - London: 1809.   
Barry, James, R.A.,   The Works Of James Barry, Esq. Historical Painter; Formerly Professor Of Painting At The Royal-Academy; Member Of The Clementine Academy At Bologna, &c. Containing, His Correspondence From France And Italy With Mr. Burke - His Lectures On Painting Delivered At The Royal-Academy - Observations On Different Works Of Art In Italy And France - Critical Remarks On The Principal Paintings Of The Orleans Gallery - Essay On The Subject Of Pandora; (Now First Published From Manuscripts, And Illustrated By Engravings From Sketches, Left By The Author.) And His Inquiry Into The Causes Which Have Obstructed The Progress Of The Fine Arts In England - His Account Of The Paintings At The Adelphi - And Letter To The Dilettanti Society. To Which Is Prefixed, Some Account Of The Life And Writings Of The Author. In Two Volumes. Vol. I. (II.) - London: 1809.   
Fuseli, Henry, R.A.   Lectures On Painting, Delivered At The Royal Academy March 1801, By Henry Fuseli, P.P. With Additional Observations And Notes. - London: 1801.