"Part of the Façade of the destroyed Church of San Michele in Foro, Lucca, sketched in Colour" John Ruskin, 30 June - 1 July 1846

"Part of the Façade of the destroyed Church of San Michele in Foro, Lucca, sketched in Colour" John Ruskin, 30 June - 1 July 1846

John Ruskin (1819-1900) this would be Really pretty with a paper or tissue flower in the center.

John Ruskin this would be Really pretty with a paper or tissue flower in the center.

watercolor over graphite on blue wave paper, John Ruskin, 25 - 27 June 1870

John Ruskin, A Window of the Palazzo Tolomei, Siena, showing the rude and unsymmetrical placing of massy Stones, 1870

Watercolour | Ruskin, John | V&A "Subjects Depicted In 1845 Ruskin made meticulous sketches of details of Venetian architecture, and many (but not this one) were reproduced as illustrations to his book. Ruskin argued that Venetian Gothic architecture was a good example of a flourishing cultural unity, of a kind that had been almost lost in his own day, and he used the exquisite details found in the buildings of Venice to prove his case."

Window in the Foscari Palace, Venice

John Ruskin (1819-1900) Dawn, Coniston, 1873, watercolour over pencil on paper 23.2 x 35.7cm Purchased in 1998

John Ruskin, Dawn, Conistonohn Ruskin Dawn, Coniston 1873 Watercolour over pencil on paper x Purchased in 1998

John Ruskin, Study of a Kingfisher, with Dominant Reference to Colour, probably 1871, Watercolour and bodycolour over graphite on wove paper; 25.8 x 21.8 cm, The Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Presented by John Ruskin to the Ruskin Drawing School (University of Oxford), 1875

John Ruskin: Artist and Observer

Ruskin, John - Autumnal Cloud filling the Valley of Geneva, the Jura rising out of it, seen from the Brezon above Bonneville

Ruskin, John - Autumnal Cloud filling the Valley of Geneva, the Jura rising out of it, seen from the Brezon above Bonneville

John Ruskin

The John Ruskin: Artist and Observer exhibition at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery includes many of his most famous illustrations of the city he idealised, Venice.

John Ruskin - Rocks and Ferns in a Wood.

John Ruskin - Rocks and Ferns in a Wood. Just love the colours in this

John Ruskin - Artworks

John Ruskin - Artworks

John Ruskin - Jardin À San Miniato

laclefdescoeurs: “ The Garden of San Miniato near Florence, Watercolor on paper, John Ruskin ”

Rheinfelden. 1858 by John Ruskin

1858 by John Ruskin

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