Ruskin and Oxford: The Art of Education

By Robert Hewison; Ashmolean Museum, Sheffield City Museums, Mappin Art Gallery | Go to book overview

LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
COLLS Collections: previous owners and date (where known) of entering present collection
D The Diaries of John Ruskin, ed. J. Evans and J. H. Whitehouse, 3 vols. ( Oxford, Clarendon Press, 1956-9)
Edu. Educational Series
EXHIB Exhibitions: principal previous exhibitions
JR John Ruskin (Catalogue of an exhibition at the Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield, Walker Gallery, Liverpool, Abbott Hall Art Gallery, Kendal, and the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford), J. Clegg ( London, Arts Council, 1983)
JRVE John Ruskin and the Victorian Eye (text accompanying an exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona and the Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana), S. P. Gordon and A. L. Gully ( New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1993)
LIT Literature: principal published references to the work. As all works are reproduced in this catalogue, no separate references are given for previous reproductions of the work
RA Royal Academy
R.A. Royal Academician
RACO The Ruskin Art Collection at Oxford: The Rudimentary Series, ed. R. Hewison ( London, Lion and Unicorn Press, 1984)
RD Ruskin's Drawings in the Ashmolean Museum, Nicholas Penny ( London, PhaidonChristie's/Ashmolean Museum, 1988)
Ref. Reference Series
RFL The Ruskin Family Letters ( 1801-1843), ed. V. A. Burd, 2 vols. ( Ithaca, NY, Cornell Univ. Press, 1973)
RT Ruskin and Tuscany (Catalogue of an exhibition at the Accademia Itatiana, London, The Ruskin Gallery, Sheffield, and the Fondazione Ragghianti, Lucca), J. Clegg and P. Tucker ( London, Lund Humphries, 1922)
Rud. Rudimentary Series
RV Ruskin and Venice (Catalogue of an exhibition at the J. B. Speed Art Museum, Louisville, Kentucky), R. Hewison ( London, Thames & Hudson, 1978)

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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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