Ramachandra Pandurang Kamat
Exhibitions, Meetings, Awards and other Events
Beneficiary of Leverhulme Scholarships (Royal Academy of Arts), 1932-1951
Awarded a scholarship of £100 on the 22 January 1935.
Institutional and Business Connections
Studied at Royal Academy Schools
1931 (Presumed) - 1933 (Presumed)
Awarded a second Landseer Prize of £10 and a bronze medal, for a model of a design, and a first Landseer Prize of £30 and silver medal, for a set of three models of a figure from the life, in 1931. See Royal Academy, 'Annual Report, 1931', (1932), p. 43. The following year, he won the Edward Scott Scholarship and silver medal for a model of a design of a subject combined with architecture, and a second Landseer Prize of £10 and bronze medal for two models of busts from the life. See 'Annual Report, 1932', (1933), pp. 42-43. In 1933, he won the gold medal and Edward Scott Travelling Studentship of £200, for a composition in sculpture, and two year Landseer Scholarship for sculpture. See 'Annual Report, 1933', (1934), pp. 38-39.
Citing this record
'Ramachandra Pandurang Kamat', Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland 1851-1951, University of Glasgow History of Art and HATII, online database 2011 [http://sculpture.gla.ac.uk/view/person.php?id=msib4_1263987590, accessed 23 May 2015]