The Seven Lamps of Architecture

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Electric Book Company, 2001 - ARCHITECTURE - 303 pages
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Contents: Lamps of Sacrifice, Truth, Power, Beauty, Life, Memory, and Obedience; Notes, Index. Illustrated.
  

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THE SEVEN LAMPS OF ARCHITECTURE. (1849). John Ruskin. ***. Ruskin was one of the most famous men of the Victorian Age. He was a writer, a critic, a painter, and a lecturer of note. He was clearly ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter I
28
Chapter II
54
Chapter III
103
Chapter IV
143
Chapter V
198
Chapter VI
231
Chapter VII
258
Appendices
277
Plate IV
iv
Plate V
v
Plate VI
vi
Plate VII
vii
Plate VIII
viii
Plate X
ix
Plate XI
x
Plate XII
xi

Plate I
i
Plate II
ii
Plate III
iii
Plate XIII
xii
Plate XIV
xiii
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About the author (2001)

From his early youth John Ruskin drew obsessively, a discipline that he not only kept up right through the production of his great literary works, but which was essential to them. This book is the result of quite considerable teaching experience.

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