Ruskin's Venice: The Stones Revisited

Ruskin's Venice: The Stones Revisited

by Alan Windsor (Introduction), Alan Windsor (Author), Alan Windsor (Author), Alan Windsor (Introduction), Sarah Quill (Author), Sarah Quill (Photographer)

Synopsis

John Ruskin's three-volume "The Stones of Venice" (1851-3) remains massively influential in art and architecture. To mark the centenary of Ruskin's death, this illustrated guide links Ruskin's descriptions of individual buildings with a photograph of the architecture and sculpture as it is today. Much of Ruskin's prose is reproduced, together with many of his drawings and watercolours and a number of 19th-century engravings. Sarah Quill's photographs identify the details described by Ruskin and show the extent to which the city's architecture has survived, or changed, since first publication of "The Stones of Venice". The opening chapter provides an introduction to Ruskin's involvment with Venice and to the periods and styles of Venetian architecture.

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Format: Hardcover
Pages: 208
Edition: This is a First Edition
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing Limited
Published: 18 Jan 2000

ISBN 10: 1840146974
ISBN 13: 9781840146974