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Ruskin, John - The Head of Triptolemus

Ashmolean − The Elements of Drawing, John Ruskin’s teaching collection at Oxford

Arches of the Apse of the Duomo, Pisa by John Ruskin

Watercolour is used to totally cover this paper lightly so the darker drawing in the middle stands out.

John Ruskin - Study of the Marble Inlaying on the front of the Casa Loredan, Venice

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

South side of St. Marks seen from the loggia of the Ducal Palace, Venice (1850) John Ruskin (Inglaterra,  1819-1900)

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

San Michele, Lucca  John Ruskin (watercolor)

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

John Ruskin(British, 1819-1900)    Abbeville  1852    Ink and wash and pencil heightened with white on buff coloured paper

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

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