Académie de France at Home

Académie de France at Home, university est. 1666 by J. B. Colberta, in which the most talented students of the Parisian royal academies continued their education (później studenci -School of Fine Arts). The studies lasted four years, and the condition for getting a place was winning the Prix de Rome in a specially organized competition. The learning system was modeled on the Accademia di San Luca: main. the works of antiquity were studied and copied and it was owned by. Renaissance. The Academy had great autonomy and represented a high level of education. The work of the fellows was exhibited every year in Paris. The Academy changed its seat several times. Solved in 1793, resumed its activities in 1802 and has since been housed in the Roman Villa Medici.