Examples of the Architecture of Venice, Selected and Drawn to Measurement From the Edifices

Examples of the Architecture of Venice, Selected and Drawn to Measurement From the Edifices

Book - 1887
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This book of plates had first been published in three parts in 1851, to accompany the first volume of Ruskin's The stones of Venice; in which the critic expressed his appreciation of the Romanesque and Gothic buildings of that city, and extended to the field of architecture the concern for blending aesthetic with spiritual and ethical values which he had already begun to express in his writings on painting.--Royal Academy of Arts website, viewed 2nd November, 2016.
Publisher: Orpington, Kent : George Allen, 1887
Characteristics: [12] pages, [32] leaves, [16] leaves of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 64 cm
Additional Contributors: Ruskin, John 1819-1900 Stones of Venice

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