Ruskin and Oxford: The Art of Education

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INDEX
Note: References printed in lower-case roman numerals denote black-and-white illustrations and those in capital roman numerals denote colour plates. References in bold-face figures refer to entries within the Catalogue. Lectures are contained within single quotation marks, Drawings within double quotation marks, and Published works are printed in italic.
Abbeville63; St Vulfran63, 98; Abbeville 1848 (JR) (10); "Southern Porch of St Vulfran" (JR) (37)
Acland, Sarah Angeline20
Acland, Henry2, 6, 11, 12, 15, 17, 20, 24, 27, 31, 32, 40, 41, 42, 43, 51, 52, 63, 65, 68, 73, 81, 137; plans for JR 6; "Mont Blanc from Val d'Aosta" (9); portrait of (3)
Acland, Sir Thomas Dyke13; Some Account of the Origin and Objects of the New Oxford Examinations 14, 52
Alexander, Francesca38, 148; "Francesca Cabinet"148; The Story of Ida148; Roadside Songs of Tuscany (98)
Allen, George9, 27, 77, 110, 111, 112, 113, 134, 140
Allessandri, Angelo85
Allingham, Helen38, 147
Alma-Tadema, Lawrence147
Amadio, Andrea85
anatomy 30-1, 32, 52, 85, 91
Angelico, Fra6, 72, 79
architecture 98, 121, 142
Arundel Society76
Ashmole, Elias11, 107
Ashmolean Museum ( Broad Street) 11-12, 107
Barrow, E. P.149
Bewick, Thomas41
Blandy, Louise7, 71, 72; "Study of an Apple" (after JR) (16)
Blunden, Anna7
Boehm, Sir Joseph Edgar50-1; portrait busts of JR (1), (2)
botany 13, 27, 31, 85, 106, 138, 145
Botticelli, Sandro144
Brantwood, Coniston22, 27, 32, 39, 78, 97, 127, 130, 144
British Association for the Advancement of Science13
Brown, Ford Madox74
Brown, Walter3, 5
Buckland, William2, 3, 13
Bunney, J. W.9, 63, 100; Chapel of the Madonna of the Rose, Lucca (38)
Burdon-Sanderson, Sir John40, 53-4
Burgess, Arthur9, 63, 77, 91; "Owl In Mantegna's fresco" (31)
Burne-Jones, Edward7, 43, 51, 75, 103, 147; "Love Bringing Alcestis from the Grave"23, 76; "Study of Head of Tintoret's Bacchus" (40); "The Two Wives of Jason"23, 76
Caldara, Antonio(?) 85; "Study from Herbal of Benedetto Rinio" (26)
Carpaccio, Vittore31, 41, 103; "The Dream of St Ursula" (JR) (41), XIII
Catena, Andrea "Portrait of Doge Andrea Gritti" 40, 46 n. 63
Chase, D. P.32; MS notes on Rudimentary series (99)
Christ Church 1, 2; Honorary Studentships 14; Senior Students 14; "Christ Church Cathedral seen from Tom Quad" (JR) (7), I; "Ruskin's Rooms in Christ Church" (JR) (2)
Christ Church Society, The 2
Clarendon Press12, 138
Clayton, Edward5
Cockerell, Charles14, 42
Cole, Sir Henry10, 33; see also 'South Kensington system'
Collingwood, William G.74
Cook, Edward Tyas24, 40, 43, 135; The Economist of Xenophon (89)
Cooke, Ebenezer63
Corpus Christi College25, 73, 126
Coxe, H. O.27
Crawley, Frederick28
Darwin, Charles3, 87; On The Origin of Species 13

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