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This essay provides a close reading of the term âcharacterâ in Ruskinâs âLamp of Memoryâ in The Seven Lamps of Architecture. Ruskin gives the word not one, but three distinct meanings that help explain the ways a building must and must not change over the course of its life. Each...
The essay concerns the relationship between John Ruskin and the young Giacomo Boni. Trained as an architect in Venice during his youth, Boni became mostly famous as an archaeologist thanks to the following exploration of the Roman Forum. The paper contributes to define the inspiration Boni took...
Giaocomo Boniâs essay, âThe Future of the Monuments in Venice,â translated from the Italian by Gionata Rizzi.
In reflection of the ownerâs personal circumstances, Brantwood, the home of Victorian critic John Ruskin (1819â1900), underwent radical and almost continuous development during the twenty-eight years in which he lived there. The equally complex history of Ruskinâs legacy as a public figure...
This lecture was delivered at Tunbridge Wells on February 16, 1858, and later reprinted in The Two Paths, being Lectures on Art, and its application to Decoration and Manufacture (1878). It is a typical piece of Ruskinâs lecturing style (not least in its length) and range of reference....
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