1958-64. 2 volumes, large 8vo, number 389 of 520 copies, 85 engravings by Eisen, original cloth, t.e.g., spines faded; Mathers, E.P. (9), Description: AUD500 - AUD700. In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Connoisseur edition, 26 volumes, 8vo, number 34 of 50 copies, half crushed red morocco with elaborate gilt tooling to spines, one hinge splitting (26). Lot 79: John Ruskin. 39 volumes, 8vo, Library Edition, limited to 2060 copies, plates and illustrations, blue half morocco gilt by W. J. Mansell, marbled sides, t.e.g., others uncut, a handsome set. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective qualified opinion. John Ruskin: Artist and Observer. "Rocks and Ferns (Detail)" by John Ruskin, 2000 Unsigned Offset Lithograph. John Everett Millais . He also made detailed sketches and paintings of rocks, plants, birds, landscapes, architectural structures and ornamentation. 4to. Ruskin, John Attrib. 1956; Maillart, Ella The land of the sherpas. The work to which Ruskin refers to in the present letter was his Praeterita: Outlines of Scenes and Thoughts Perhaps Worthy of Memory in My Past Life which was published in three volumes between 1885-89. Condition Report: Ruskin', Brantwood, Coniston & Oxford, January to March 1883 and one undated, Lot 279: Attrib. Shop for john ruskin art from the world's greatest living artists. She ought to look sad - and very sad - and that for many a day to come - For all days to come, in this world... ', the final letter beginning 'I was greatly pleased by your last note, saying you were still so cheerful - and up to theatricals and what not. There is a soft vertical crease that is positioned circa 3 cm from the right hand edge of the sheet. 1956; Hillary, E. High adventure. The Eagle's Nest. Some light creasing and minor age wear, otherwise VG Ruskin refers to several family members in the present letter, including his mother Margaret Ruskin (c.1781-1871) and his cousin Joan 'Joanna' Severn, formerly a companion to Ruskin's mother. The Scottish Himalayan expedition. Description: Lot 109: Ruskin (John, art critic and social critic, Lot 117: RUSKIN JOHN: (1819-1900) English Author, Poet, Artist and Critic. SIGNED BY RUSKIN AT THE END OF THE PREFACE. USD ($), Copyright © 2021 FineArtAmerica.com - All Rights Reserved. RUSKIN, John (1819-1900). Dec 14, 2015 - Explore victoria l outerbridge's board "john ruskin", followed by 3777 people on Pinterest. According to Ruskin, they provided an inspiring art of the modern age back in Gothic times. But do as they bid you - and think if there is anything that can help you in the power of your loving Birdie', 1 page with integral blank, a little spotted and slightly worn on folds, the third letter on Brantwood letterhead, circa 1889, 'When is this suffering to end - I am so ashamed of myself for never having known what pain is, for long. Description: Condition report: Under glass and with a little browning and loss of colour. Between Verona and Vicenza / stopping in Railroad - Feb. 24th 1852. John Ruskin (1819 - 1900) England. Lot 311: *Ruskin (John, 1819-1900). SIGNED BY RUSKIN AT THE END OF THE PREFACE. Condition requests sent via email will be responded to at least one day prior to the auction start date. ⁂ An interesting piece of Ruskin ephemera - the present example is very similar in subject, mount and used of blind-stamp to those held at the Ahmoleon that were donated by Ruskin to the Ruskin Drawing School in 1875 for use as teaching aids. Penguin, 1947- 53. Ruskin', all without year dates. Finely bound by Hale RDWorth Manchester , marbled endpapers, top edges gilt. Lion & Unicorn Press, 1968. Watercolor over pencil, heightened with pen and brown ink and white;inscribed verso: ?Andromeda, Estimate: Ruskin (John) Salsette and Elephanta: a Prize Poem, recited in the Theatre, Oxford; June 12, 1839, first edition, 20pp., numbered "24" in ink manuscript at head of title, faint spotting to final three leaves, disbound, [Wise I, 1], 8vo, Oxford, J.Vincent, 1839. Engravings require more particularized visual elements to translate well into a finished print. Outlines of scenes and thoughts. 1955, title stamped "Proof for reference only"; Evans, Charles On climbing. Attributed to the artist John Ruskin, Amboise depicts the late fifteenth-century St. Hubert's Chapel, which rises above the chateau of Amboise along the River Loire in France. In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. “Great nations write their autobiographies in three manuscripts: the book of their deeds, the book of their words and the book of their art.” John Ruskin, St. Mark’s Rest: The History of Venice, 1885. We've shipped over 1 million items worldwide for our 500,000+ artists. Ruskin states that he is pleased his correspondent can come to visit and remarks 'the garden is beginning to look lovely, even now, and we've a chance of some fine weather', further adding 'Tuesday the 20th will do nicely. Her black and white murals, against visually colorful cities, “express an important dimension of Greek life … English School, late 19th Century, portrait of "John Ruskin" (1819-1900), oil on canvas. In concluding Ruskin remarks that his correspondent's letter of 18th March has just arrived and that he will give a picture some thought. Lot 45: RUSKIN, John (1819-1900). With blank integral leaf (professionally repaired to several areas of paper loss). England. John Everett Millais (1829–1896) The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology.

3 volumes. I shall be in town & will bring you out'. Additional details: Ruskin and the Light of Nature Exhibition poster, Condition Report: (3), Description: Send me now a printed statement up to end of 1882 such as you would make if I were dead', a total of 8 pages on 4 bifolia, 8vo, two with original addressed and postmarked envelopes, together with a secretarial letter from John Ruskin to George Newlands, two copy letters, plus some related printed ephemera and other George Newlands manuscript accounts, etc. 19th century. 8vo, 3 volumes bound from original 28 parts, original titles bound in, 4 plates, later half red morocco gilt; [bound in] Autograph letter signed by John Ruskin, dated January 1857, addressed to "My dear Mrs Cameron", regarding a gift, "I received last night your beautiful little present and was very grateful for it, and am so still, and shall be so more and more...", 2 pages, pasted onto rear endpaper, [with] a small sketch of a snowdrop signed by Ruskin pasted opposite, with pencil inscription above, "To Mr Hurst [?] ", Description: RUSKIN JOHN: (1819-1900) English Author, Poet, Artist and Critic. Condition Report: Description: Condition: Toning, spots, matted burn, cut down. Ruskin (John, 1819-1900). Errata slip tipped in at rear of Volume 1. (1), Description: I am quite cowardly and base about pain, beyond a certain point. Mount Pilatus from Lake Lucerne, Switzerland Print, Part of Saint Mark's Basilica, Venice Sketch after Rain Print, Entrance to South Transept of Rouen Cathedral, 1854 Print, View of the Old Man at Coniston as seen from Brantwood House Print, The Garden of San Miniato near Florence Print, John Ruskin, Tree Study, British, 8 February 1819 - 20 Print, Study of the Head of the Angel Gabriel Print, Exterior of Ducal Palace, Venice, 19th century Print, The Garden Of San Miniato Near Florence Print, Ashmolean Museum/oxford University Images, Portrait Of John Ruskin And Dante G Print, John Ruskin 8 February 1819 20 January 1900 Print, John Ruskin, British 8 February 1819-20 January 1900 Print, M. Ruskins Study. on black-edged mourning paper, the second letter dated Sunday [16 October 1864] with reference one more to Lily 'who is a great joy to me. Louise Virenda Blandy (1860-1890) was the daughter of a London dentist. Ruskin, John Praeterita, outlines of scenes and thoughts.... Orpington & London, 1886 -1900. Footnote: ohn Ruskin (1819-1900), critic of art, architecture, and society, as well as an artist and a teacher, graduated from the University of Oxford in 1843. Sunnyside: G. Allen, 1886-87 [volume 3: G. Allen, 1900]. John Ruskin is known for Watercolor painting, draughtsman, writing. Description: A group of 9 autograph letters signed, 'J. Sold in a modern giltwood frame. Toothache only & I've got into despair with that. I was not wrong about the little blue-striped frock - it has been made in Paris for her, & sent over: but it isn't showy in the least; only just right... ', 2 pp. £4,000 - £6,000. Any statement in relation to the lot is merely an expression of opinion of the seller or Lyon & Turnbull and should not be relied upon as an inducement to bid on the lot. Sesame and Lillies (1865), The Crown Of Wild Olives (1866) and Fors Clavigera (1871 -74), contain the programme of social reform in which he was so interested.Ruskin married (1848) Euphemia (Effie) Gray (the child of whom he had written The King Of the Golden River) but in 1854 the marriage was annulled and Effie later married Millais.Ruskin did not marry again, although on occasions he fell in love with girls much younger than himself and his last disappointment over Rose la Touche contributed to his mental breakdown, which caused him to spend his last years in seclusion at Brantwood on Lake Coniston, where he wrote Praeterita, an unfinished account of his early life. £1,200 - £1,800. Estimate: C. Knight, 1847-49. But Ruskin had finished" (PMM). Condition Report: See more ideas about john ruskin, ruskin, english art. Ruskin had a particularly close relationship with Millais – the artist had painted Ruskin while in Scotland in 1853. (Great Britain, 1819-1900). In particular parts may have been replaced or renewed and lots may not be authentic or of satisfactory quality.

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