John Ruskin

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Ruskin, John, Hewison, Robert, Whitehouse, J. Howard, et al. Collection of 10 books relating to John Ruskin, , London Published by Oxford University Press, Chatto & Windus, et al. , 1925-2005
, four of the five hardbacks include dust-jacket, in very good condition Octavo

, titles are Seven Lamps of Architecture, Praeterita, The Elements of Drawing, The Lamp of Beauty, & Selected Writings all by Ruskin himself, plus the following biographies on Ruskin - Ruskin and Oxford, John Ruskin: No Wealth but Life, The Wider Sea; A Life of John Ruskin, Ruskin the Painter and his works at Bembridge, John Ruskin: The Argument of the Eye First Editions & reprints Octavo Hardback & Paperback , one paperback has a few library stamps at front, all books clean and in very good condition

[SW: Ruskin, John, Hewison, Robert, Whitehouse, J. Howard, et al., Collection of 10 books relating to John Ruskin, Seven Lamps of Architecture, Praeterita, The Elements of Drawing, The Lamp of Beauty, & Selected Writings all by Ruskin himself, plus the following biographies on Ruskin - Ruskin and Oxford, John Ruskin: No Wealth but Life, The Wider Sea; A Life of John Ruskin, Ruskin the Painter and his works at Bembridge, John Ruskin: The Argument of the Eye]

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John Ruskin, Mrs Meynell and M. H. Spielmann: Collection of 7 John Ruskin Books, , London, Edinburgh, Kent etc Published by A. C. Fifield, George Allen, William Blackwood and Sons et al , 1860-1907
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, 7 volumes including The Elements of Drawing, John Rusking By M. H. Spielmann, John Ruskin By Mrs. Meynell, On The Old Road Volume I Part I & II, Unto This Last, The Crown of Wild Olive Four Lectures on Industry and War First Edition and Reprints Octavo Hardbacks and One Paperback , Covers rubbed around the edges, 'On The Old Road' vols with chipped spines, some vols with prevoius owner's inscription at the front, mostly clean, books in good condition , Various

[SW: John Ruskin, Mrs Meynell and M. H. Spielmann, Collection of 7 John Ruskin Books]

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Clemen, Paul: John Ruskin, E.A. Seemann 1900 Leipzig
33S. ca. 29,7 x 22,2 cm

Broschur Der Einband ist sehr stark berieben, gebräunt, stockfleckig, an den Rändern stark bestoßen und vorn auch mit Randläsuren. Der Rücken fehlt. Die Seiten sind alterbraun, bis auf seltene geringe Anschmutzungen sauber und gut; lediglich der Vorsatz/Schmutztitel sind deutlich verschmutzt. Der Block ist verschiedentlich angebrochen, aber stabil. John Ruskin (* 8. Februar 1819 in London; 20. Januar 1900 in Brantwood/Lancashire) war ein englischer Schriftsteller, Maler, Kunsthistoriker und Sozialphilosoph. Leben und Werk. (Quelle: de.wikipedia.org) Paul Clemen (* 31. Oktober 1866 in Sommerfeld bei Leipzig (im dortigen Pfarrhaus); 8. Juli 1947 in Endorf) war ein deutscher Kunsthistoriker und Denkmalpfleger, er wurde 1893 zum ersten Provinzialkonservator der Rheinprovinz berufen. (Quelle: de.wikipedia.org) Mit einem Titelbild von John Ruskin nach einem Aquarell von Hubert Herkomer. Auf weitere Tafeln: John Ruskin - Marmorbüste von J.E.Boehm; John Ruskin in seinen letzten Lebensjahren nach einer Photographie von Fr. Hollyer.

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Rosanne van Cruyningen: Oscar Wilde and the Influence of John Ruskin and Walter Pater, VDM Verlag Dr. Müller e.K.,Okt 2013 ISBN: 9783639328875
Oscar Wilde is said to have been influenced by the art critics John Ruskin and Walter Pater, both of whom Wilde met at Oxford University. This book poses the question in what way and to what extent Ruskin and Pater influenced Wilde. John Ruskin is thought to have had a moral view of life and art, whereas Walter Pater is thought to have had an aesthetic view. The common opinion is that Ruskin and Pater represent opposite ends of the spectrum and that Wilde was therefore influenced by two contrasting views on life and art. This book questions the accuracy of this supposition by comparing selections from the works that both John Ruskin and Walter Pater produced during their youth and their more experienced years with selections from Wilde''s body of work. The distinction between John Ruskin and Walter Pater may prove not to be as black-and-white as it seems, and therefore there may be more to Wilde than meets the eye. This book should appeal to anyone interested in art and literature who does not take Wilde at face value but who, like Wilde, never takes anything in life at face value.

NEUBUCH! 220x150x4 mm

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