Venice, Italy

Beautiful pen and ink watercolor work in this sketch journal featuring travel architecture.

Fabrice Moireau: Watercolour from Venice Sketchbook

Fabrice Moireau: Canal Grande Venice, Watercolour from Venice Sketchbook

Loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice, John Ruskin, 1849-50

Loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice Artist: John Ruskin (British, London Brantwood, Cumbria) Date: Medium: Watercolor over graphite Dimensions: Sheet: 18 × 11 in.

John Ruskin

Ashmolean − The Elements of Drawing, John Ruskin’s teaching collection at Oxford Ruskin, John - Study of the Marble Inlaying on the Front of the Casa Loredan, VeniceView Details

John Ruskin, Venice

Exhibition highlights − John Ruskin − Exhibitions − What& On .

John Ruskin

John Ruskin(British, Abbeville 1852 Ink and wash and pencil heightened with white on buff coloured paper - nice idea for antique sketches

tJohn Ruskin, The South Side of St Mark’s from the Loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice circa 1851

The South Side of St Mark’s from the Loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice, circa 1851 by John Ruskin Pencil and watercolour heightened with white, on 3 pieces of paper, x cm


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Fabrice Moireau: Canal Grande Venice, Watercolour from Venice Sketchbook

Archtincture and landscape

Architectural illustration, By Maja Wronska Watercolor, Negin's favorite style, detailed architectural sketches, Beautiful watercolor paintings of historical buildings

@architecturedaily Sketch by: Elwira pawlikowska

Elwira Pawlikowska is a watercolour artist from Poland. In 2010 she graduated from Faculty of Architecture and now she’s focused on illustration and graphic design.

Part of the Façade of the Destroyed Church of San Michele in Lucca, as it Appeared in 1845 (1845) by John Ruskin

Part of the Façade of the Destroyed Church of San Michele in Lucca, as it Appeared in 1845 by John Ruskin

yama-bato:  John Ruskin (1819-1900) Entrance to the South Transept  of Rouen Cathedral  1854 link

yama-bato: “ John Ruskin Entrance to the South Transept of Rouen Cathedral 1854 link ”

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