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Two of Ruskin's architectural studies. Left: Pillar in the Porch of San Martino, Lucca. Right: Entrance to the South Transept, Rouen Cathedral (right).

Two of Ruskin's architectural studies. Left: Pillar in the Porch of San Martino, Lucca. Right: Entrance to the South Transept, Rouen Cathedral (right).

John Ruskin Quotes About Architecture - 3362

John Ruskin Quotes About Architecture - 3362

John Ruskin, painted in Venice 1845. 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.

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John Ruskin, painted in Venice 1845. 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.

John Ruskin, North West Porch of St Mark’s Cathedral, Venice, 1877

John Ruskin, North West Porch of St Mark’s Cathedral, Venice, 1877

"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, La Merveille, Mont St Michel, Normandy, 1848.Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour, 26.5 x 25 cmSource: Robert Hewison, Ruskin, Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites, 2000.

John Ruskin, La Merveille, Mont St Michel, Normandy, 1848.Pencil, watercolour and bodycolour, 26.5 x 25 cmSource: Robert Hewison, Ruskin, Turner and the Pre-Raphaelites, 2000.

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