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The Resource Lectures on architecture and painting : delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853, by John Ruskin, author of "The stones of Venice, " "Seven lamps of architecture, " "Modern painters, " etc. ; with illustrations drawn by the author

Lectures on architecture and painting : delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853, by John Ruskin, author of "The stones of Venice, " "Seven lamps of architecture, " "Modern painters, " etc. ; with illustrations drawn by the author

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Lectures on architecture and painting : delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853
Title
Lectures on architecture and painting
Title remainder
delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853
Statement of responsibility
by John Ruskin, author of "The stones of Venice, " "Seven lamps of architecture, " "Modern painters, " etc. ; with illustrations drawn by the author
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Contributor
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Subject
Language
eng
Citation location within source
no. 941
Citation source
Magee, D.B. Victoria R.I.
Illustrations
  • plates
  • illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
N7445
LC item number
.R78 1854
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Lectures on architecture and painting : delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853, by John Ruskin, author of "The stones of Venice, " "Seven lamps of architecture, " "Modern painters, " etc. ; with illustrations drawn by the author
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Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1, 2. Architecture -- 3. Turner and his works -- 4. Pre-Raphaelitism
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
[2], [iii]-vi, [2], 239, [1] p., [15] leaves of plates
Lccn
09025553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Bound in contemporary calf, decorated endpapers, gilt edges.
  • Inserted is 1p. A.L.S., undated: "My dear Sir I have saved you the trouble of answering Mr Page's letter by doing so my self.--in case any furthur enquiries of the same nature be put to you, you may assume that I intend publishing the four lectures just as they were delivered but with a note or two in addition, as soon as I return to London. Many thanks for the paper: reports of this kind however oblige me to publish in a sort of self defence as they have made nonsence of such that I said, for instance by putting petrified the apostleship into the stone instead of the stumbling-stone. Better to day. Voice still a little weak, but I think there is no fear for Tuesday. Yours most truly [signature] J. Ruskin. I wish I could hear professor Blackie myself. My wife has fallen ill, now, is not out of bed this morning. I fear she will not be able to come."
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  • (OCoLC)ocn370562754
Label
Lectures on architecture and painting : delivered at Edinburgh, in November, 1853, by John Ruskin, author of "The stones of Venice, " "Seven lamps of architecture, " "Modern painters, " etc. ; with illustrations drawn by the author
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
1, 2. Architecture -- 3. Turner and his works -- 4. Pre-Raphaelitism
Dimensions
19 cm.
Extent
[2], [iii]-vi, [2], 239, [1] p., [15] leaves of plates
Lccn
09025553
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Note
  • Bound in contemporary calf, decorated endpapers, gilt edges.
  • Inserted is 1p. A.L.S., undated: "My dear Sir I have saved you the trouble of answering Mr Page's letter by doing so my self.--in case any furthur enquiries of the same nature be put to you, you may assume that I intend publishing the four lectures just as they were delivered but with a note or two in addition, as soon as I return to London. Many thanks for the paper: reports of this kind however oblige me to publish in a sort of self defence as they have made nonsence of such that I said, for instance by putting petrified the apostleship into the stone instead of the stumbling-stone. Better to day. Voice still a little weak, but I think there is no fear for Tuesday. Yours most truly [signature] J. Ruskin. I wish I could hear professor Blackie myself. My wife has fallen ill, now, is not out of bed this morning. I fear she will not be able to come."
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  • Spec recon
  • MARS
  • (OCoLC)ocn370562754

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