Building Ruskin's Italy: Watching Architecture
Based on extensive field-work, and research into John Ruskin's still little-interpreted archival material, notebooks and drawings, Stephen Kite offers an account of the evolution of Ruskin's architectural thinking and observation in the context of Italy where his watching of building achieved its greatest intensity.
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