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Paintings line a wall of the Reynolds Room at the Royal Academy, Piccadilly, central London. On 1 July 1858, history was made in the Reynolds Room when papers by Charles Darwin and Alfred Russel Wallace were presented to a meeting of the Linnean Society. The papers put forward the ground-breaking ideas on evolutionary biology that were later made famous by Darwin’s book On the Origin of Species