Comprises of printed promotional material for a School of Art for art-workers, operating in conjunction with the Architectural Museum, [c.1851]-1852.
Printed Promotional Material Relating to the Educational Function of the Royal Architectural Museum.
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
Charles Bruce Allen (fl.1849-1854) was the principal and founder of the first school to be associated with the Architectural Museum. The school operated within the Museum’s first premises in Canon Row, Westminster, functioning from 1852 until 1854.
Arranged into a series reflecting the museum’s educational function of promoting the associated School for Art-workers.