The Slade School of Fine Art

UCL, Gower Street
London
WC1E 6BT

Founded in 1871, largely through a bequest to University College London from Felix Slade, collector and benefactor.

The first UCL Slade Professor was Sir Edward Poynter, who established a curriculum based around life drawing. Frederick Brown (Professor from 1892-1917) did much to reform teaching practices at the Slade, ordering that all staff be working artists and encouraging an individualistic approach to student practice. The college, based in a university and surrounded by museums and galleries, has since nurtured a reputation that is strongly flavoured by enquiry, research and experiment.
 
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CL/1/20    D.Y. C[ameron], Dun Eaglais, Kippen, Stirlingshire, to Clausen    15 Nov 1921    Item   
RAA/SEC/4/25/3    Sieg Charoux, 65 Holland Park Road, London, to the President and Council    15 Sep 1950    Item   
RAA/PC/1/40    Council minutes    08 Jan 1963 - 10 Dec 1963    Item