This photo shows Palazzo Gritti-Badoer with laundry hang drying on lines outside (circa 18...

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

Palazzo Gritti-Badoer with Laundry, Half-plate daguerreotype. By John Ruskin and Le Cavalier Iller. Le Cavalier Iller was a professional photographer who collaborated with Ruskin.

This photo shows Palazzo Gritti-Badoer with laundry hang drying on lines outside (circa 1846-1852)

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

Palazzo Gritti-Badoer with Laundry, Half-plate daguerreotype. By John Ruskin and Le Cavalier Iller. Le Cavalier Iller was a professional photographer who collaborated with Ruskin.

This photo from the book shows Venice's tranquil Grand Canal and Ca' d'Oro palace under restoration in 1845

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

Carrying Off the Palaces: John Ruskin’s Lost Daguerreotypes. Jacobson K.

John Ruskin snapped this photo at Ducal Palace in 1849 or 1850...

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

Long-lost photographs confirmed as John Ruskin's - Telegraph

The Ducal Palace (right), Zecca di Venezia (left) and the St Mark's Campanile bell tower are pictured, circa 1851

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

John Ruskin and Le Cavalier Iller. The Ducal Palace, the Zecca and the Campanile with Moored Ships in Foreground, Half-plate daguerreotype. Le Cavalier Iller was a professional photographer who collaborated with Ruskin.

Study in Colour of one of the Niches surrounding the Tomb of Cansignorio della Scala at Verona, with Remains of the 'Casa di Romeo'  John Ruskin, probably May - June 1869  © University of Oxford - Ashmolean Museum

Study in Colour of one of the Niches surrounding the Tomb of Cansignorio della Scala at Verona, with Remains of the 'Casa di Romeo' John Ruskin, probably May - June 1869 © University of Oxford - Ashmolean Museum

A small group of people gathers at the piazza in front of St. Mark's Basilica in Venice in 1845; today the square is teeming with tourists

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

This image of Noah's Vine at Ducal Palace was taken by John Ruskin sometime between 1849 a...

'Lost' photos show empty squares and tranquil canals in Venice

Sir John Ruskin and John Hobbs I Venice I The Ducal Palace South-East Angle. Noah's Vine, detail I

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