Ruskin made many studies of architectural features for his book 'Stones of Venice'. A sketch of a similar subject in the collection of the Ruskin Library, Lancaster, is dated c. 1849-1850 suggesting that this more detailed study may have been made during the same period.

  • Presented by Trustees of the Public Picture Gallery Fund, 1907.
  • © Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery


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Artist John Ruskin -


Catalogue No. Venue Date(s)
Ruskin Exhibition
80 Coniston 1900-07-21 - 1900-09-15
Ruskin Exhibition
356 Royal Society of Painters in Water Colour, London 1901-02-04 - 1901-03-02
Ruskin Exhibition
84 The Fine Art Society, 148 New Bond Street, London 1907 - 1907
Pre-Raphaelite Art
81 National Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide 1962-03 - 1962-03
81 Western Australian Art Gallery, Perth 1962-04 - 1962-05
81 The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, Hobart 1962-06 - 1962-07
81 National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne 1962-07 - 1962-08
81 Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane 1962-08 - 1962-09
81 Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney 1962-10 - 1962-10


Author(s) Date(s) Publisher Pages
Ruskin Exhibition: Catalogue of an Exhibition of Water-Colours and Drawings by the late John Ruskin
1907 The Fine Art Society, London p. 84
Works of Ruskin, XXXVIII, Catalogue of Drawings
Alexander Wedderburn, E T Cook 1912 Geroge Allen, London p. 296, no. 1895
Pre-Raphaelite Art
1962 State Art Galleries, Australia p. 20

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Venice, Italy Associated with

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