John Ruskin, Venetian Renaissance Capital, 1876-77, Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum.

From the Harvard Art Museums’ collections Venetian Renaissance Capital

John Ruskin, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, 1855   Plate VIII, Window from the Ca' Foscari, Venice, p. 88

John Ruskin, The Seven Lamps of Architecture, 1855 Plate VIII, Window from the…

Architectural Capriccio, Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal), Pen and brown ink, with gray wash, over graphite and traces of black chalk, 11 1/4 x 8 1/16 inches (286 x 204 mm)

Architectural Capriccio, Canaletto (Giovanni Antonio Canal) Pen and brown ink, with gray wash, over graphite and traces of black chalk, 11 x 8 inches x 204 mm) - Morgan Library and Museum

"Venetian Door Study"  Original Watercolour by Jean Haines

"Venetian Door Study" Original Watercolour by Jean Haines There is a saying that when one door closes another one opens. In my life anothe.

Decorations on the pulpit of St. Mark's, Venice, and on columns, San Michele, Lucca  John Ruskin  R. P. Cuff, engraver  1855  4 1/8 x 2 3/16 inches  Plate XII, Figa. 1 & 2, The Seven Lamps of Architecture in Works, 8.199  See below for Ruskin's comments that the Library Edition "Index to the Plates" (8.xvii) identify as referring to these drawings.   Related material  •Ruskin's 1845 watercolor of San Michele, Lucca •Ruskin's 1845 watercolor of the edge of the façade)

Decorations on the pulpit of St. Mark's, Venice, and on columns, San Michele…

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