Ruskin and Oxford: The Art of Education

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LIST OF COLOUR PLATES
between pages 48 and 49
I. John Ruskin (1819-1900), Christ Church Cathedral seen from Tom Quad, 1839 (7)
II. John Ruskin, Study for a window in the Oxford Museum (12)
III. Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), Venice: The Accademia, 1840 (13)
IV. John Ruskin, after Bernardino Luini (c. 1481-1532), St Catherine, 1862 (19)
V. John Ruskin, Lecture diagram: orange and purple leafspray, 1870s (21)
VI. John Ruskin, The Baptistey, Florence, 1872 (Ref. 120) (22)
VII. John Ruskin, Study of Wild Rose, 1871 (Rud. 238) (27)
VIII. John Ruskin, Study of Kingfisher, with dominant reference to colour, 1871 (Rud. 201) (28)
IX. John Ruskin, At the top, feathers of the Kingfisher's Wing and Head, enlarged; beneath, A Group of the Wing Feathers, real size, 1871 (Rud. 204) (29)
X. William Henry Hunt (1790-1864), Study of woodcocks in fully developed manner, probably 1825 (Rud. 180) (30)
XI. Joseph Mallord William Turner, Evening. Cloud on Mont Righi, seen from Zug, 1841 or 1842 (Edu. 300) (35)
XII. John Ruskin, (upper) Study of Dawn. The first Scarlet on the Clouds; (lower) Study of Dawn. Purple Clouds (Edu. 3, Edu. 5) (36)
XIII. John Ruskin, after Vittore Carpaccio (c. 1460-1526), The Dream of St Ursula by Carpaccio, 1876 or 1877 (41)
XIV. Joseph Mallord William Turner, Drawing of Armour, Standards, and Documents, at Farnly Hall, 1815 (Rud. 14) (55)
XV. John Ruskin, Study of the Marble Inlaying on the Front of Casa Loredan, Venice, 1845 (Rud. 22) (57)

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword v
  • Preface vii
  • Author's Acknowledgements ix
  • Contents xi
  • List of Color Plates xii
  • Introduction to the Exhibition xiii
  • List of Abbreviations xv
  • Introductory Essay A Graduate of Oxford 1
  • The Catalogue 47
  • Index 151
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